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I'm dying at people's lack of the basic concept of sarcasm here. LOL thanks.

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Don't think she understands his sarcasm....... 


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"Lovino_V" wrote:

What? this is way out there.....


Maybe abusive isn't the right word. The question I'm trying to state is "is it right for parents to push their religion into the minds of their children?" 

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"zak514" wrote:

In my opinion, yes. In fact, I am forced to live a lie as being in a religious family, whilst I myself, have no religion and am proud of it as well. Another thing is that religion only pulls people back, it allows them no way to advance whatsoever.


Well that must be an uncomfortable way to live.

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That's a stupid question.

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"KKis#4" wrote:

i dont think that religion is child abuse. i am mormon! (LDS) we go to church learn about what is right. there might be some fights about religion, but it isnt child abuse. -KKis#4


You say "learn about what is rightRight! You (hopefully) have chosen to be a Mormon. But there's also a chance that you've grown up being one, and you haven't had a choice to change. That your parents have made you follow the Book of Mormon, to go to church and worship God. I'm not saying that's what's happened, but it happens to people all the time. Parents don't respect a child's healthy desire for knowledge, but instead brand them with a religion and mold and shape them until they're the model child of their church.

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"Blind Faith" wrote:

That's a stupid question.


Did you read anything other than the title?

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"lottie01" wrote:

no i really dont think its a childs abuse we lean what right in our plac of worship 


And who takes you to this place of worship? Your parents. Parents put faith in their children from a very early age, and sometimes that's all they'll ever know. They learn that whatever they hear in their place of worship, like you said, is right.

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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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"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 somewhat narrow-minded religious home without allowing them room to ask questions. Not whether or not taking them to church is abusive.


I don't think its right! If they are abusively taking you to a Sunday school then its not rite. I hate going to Sunday school too! That's because my teacher is very abusive.....I hate it! I tried telling it to my mom....she never listens to me! She yells for no reason and goes on about things which are gross and disgusting to hear about!

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