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Valor. 2 kids; El Paso, Texas 2226 posts
20th Nov '12
Quoting khigh:" <blockquote><b>Quoting lovinthem04:</b>" I believe that since Jesus said that He is ... [snip!] ... you for it. If Gandhi is burning in hell, I hope he saves some marshmallows for me. That's going to be one hell of a bonfire."


I love this whole comment So much. XD



As for the OP... I hope my children choose whatever path is best for them. My husband and I have VERY different religious beliefs. However, I'm a firm believer that religion is something that should be personal, so I don't expect anyone else to follow my beliefs unless it feels right for them.

Mama McNeely 2 kids; Bremerton, Washington 5117 posts
20th Nov '12
Quoting lovinthem04:" This is where I am at, and where I am going to leave it. There is no point in arguing and rustling feathers. ... [snip!] ... than I. I love debating, but there is a time to stop so that the seed can be planted and I move on. Hope that made sense :)"

No seed planted. You just made it obvious you can't answer important questions and can't debate worth shit.

user banned 3 kids; Los Angeles, California 54034 posts
20th Nov '12

If you believed that you had the answers to life and death would you not share it with EVERYONE that you know?! Especially your kids?




Dude, I'm a physicist. Sharing knowledge is my thing.



Knowledge is NOT equal to an archaic story, sorry to inform you.



What you believe might possibly be correct. It's...doubtful, but you never know. That's just the thing. You DONT know. It's not KNOWLEDGE.

Kaleighshaleigh 3 kids; USA 6409 posts
20th Nov '12

I can't force my child to believe anything. But the scriptures that i put my faith in tells me to raise my child in the way he should go, so as long as they are young and living in my house then we will all go to church together as a family and i will do my best to inform them of my faith. What they do when they are adults is up to them.

Tarynosaurus Rex San Antonio, Texas 1271 posts
21st Nov '12

My fiance and I are both atheists. I will cringe and be extremely disappointed if my kids end up being religious. That's like my worst nightmare.

N's Momma☆ 1 child; Spain 2346 posts
21st Nov '12

I'm not religious. But if my child was then I would be okay with that. :)

LolaMcKitten Due May 30 (girl); 27 kids; Beverly Hills, California 15496 posts
21st Nov '12

I'll just reply to the OP:



I would never stop my child from pursuing or not pursuing religion.