Why or Why not??
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My daughter is almost 2 so shes really too young to do this yet, but no I will not teach my daughter that. Personally I believe that there is some right in every religion/path, and the plan is too focus on what the faith we personally practice has in common with other faiths, and too embrace the similarities rather than dwell on differences.
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Answer by okmanders at 12:55 AM on Dec. 9, 2009
No I don't teach them that it is wrong, I actually expose them to many beliefs and encourage them to ask questions. I want my children to grow up understanding that everyone has the right to choose their own path and just because it isn't what my kids might choose it does not make others wrong.
I have many close friends who are pagan, Wiccan, Jewish, Mormon, and the list goes on. In our own family we have catholic, Mormon, baptist, and non-denominational. Personally I was raised a christian and still hold to much of what i was raised to believe but as I got older I found that I was more comfortable with much of the pagan beliefs as well, later I learned that a small part of my family that i was not raised with is pagan. This does make life being married to a baptist very interesting but I believe it has taught my children that it is okay to seek out their own path.
Answer by 3_ring_circus_ at 1:11 AM on Dec. 9, 2009
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