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"pickledegg" wrote:

Do you think it's right for parents to force their religion upon their children? Is there a line between Sunday morning church assemblies and an unhealthy obsession with god? I'm not talking about parents dressing their children up in their Sunday best and dragging them to church even though the kid would rather stay at home. I'm asking whether or not it's right and healthy to bring your kids up in a close-minded religious home without allowing them room to ask questions.
..wow.. thats actually pretty good..It makes perfect sense and is completely unbiased...wow...

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I thnk it is cuse i thnk kids shuld pick wht ever religoin thy wnt

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Of course religion is child abuse. Innocent children are born and the next day there instutionalized   and taught the ways of their parents religion, taught to not question what is being taught. Its totally drowning children's imagination and the pursuit of knowledge and discovery.


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"kd1229" wrote:

Of course religion is child abuse. Innocent children are born and the next day there instutionalized and taught the ways of their parents religion, taught to not question what is being taught. Its totally drowning children's imagination and the pursuit of knowledge and discovery.
I, as well as most of who I know, we're taught to question.


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I've heard of a 7 year old kid who stole a car and was driving it away because he didn't want to go to church... o_o;

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"Maria Beilschmidt" wrote:

I've heard of a 7 year old kid who stole a car and was driving it away because he didn't want to go to church... o_o;
Epic...

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"Maria Beilschmidt" wrote:

I've heard of a 7 year old kid who stole a car and was driving it away because he didn't want to go to church... o_o;
Id do the same


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"Storm1232" wrote:

"pickledegg" wrote:

Do you think it's right for parents to force their religion upon their children? Is there a line between Sunday morning church assemblies and an unhealthy obsession with god? I'm not talking about parents dressing their children up in their Sunday best and dragging them to church even though the kid would rather stay at home. I'm asking whether or not it's right and healthy to bring your kids up in a close-minded religious home without allowing them room to ask questions.
..wow.. thats actually pretty good..It makes perfect sense and is completely unbiased...wow...
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"kd1229" wrote:

"Maria Beilschmidt" wrote:

I've heard of a 7 year old kid who stole a car and was driving it away because he didn't want to go to church... o_o;
Id do the same
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"AlphaT" wrote:

"kd1229" wrote:

Of course religion is child abuse. Innocent children are born and the next day there instutionalized and taught the ways of their parents religion, taught to not question what is being taught. Its totally drowning children's imagination and the pursuit of knowledge and discovery.
I, as well as most of who I know, we're taught to question.


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