My soon-to-be-husband is Christian and I am not as spiritual right now as I'd like to be, but I do believe my path is Wicca. A lot of our family feels strongly about religion as well, mainly being some form of Christian. In fact, my husband's mom gets them religious books, movies, and CDs for Christmas and birthdays all the time. I want my children to be open-minded, but not confused. How do I go about this? Do I initially raise them Christian and then introduce them to other paths, or do I try to keep their minds open from the start (at the risk of them being confused and I only know information about two religions myself!)? When answering this, please, I don't want to hear the personal feelings on different religions. That's not what I'm asking. And if you think Wicca is a "devil-worshipping" religion or evil in any way, don't answer this question. You need more information. Thank you to those who answer! :)Answer Question
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We've decided to go to the Unitarian Universalist "church" because they don't teach doctrine. They teach tolerance and peacefulness and respect. Christians and Wiccans are welcome. A "church" group is something we decided would be best for our kids to have a social network of people their own age who may practice faiths that aren't as popular.
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