force yoour religious beliefs on your children? some people may do it and not even know it!!!
nope.i am a non-believer and my husband is a christian. my son is free to ask question to either of us and he has/does. my eldest is 20 and she has been afforded the same right to choose to believer or not.
ok so how does u and ur dh eplain 2 ur children something that he asks if u both have different answers? jc
Quoting Its.me.Sam.:nope.i am a non-believer and my husband is a christian. my son is free to ask question to either of us and he has/does. my eldest is 20 and she has been afforded the same right to choose to believer or not.
i really l o v e ur answer!!!
I did when I was a christian. My oldest stopped believing before I did and one of my daughters believes in The Universe and everything in it as a collective/connected energy, not really god, or a religion, and she believes in reincarnation, which is different from what I think.
I won't allow my 7-year old to attend certain churches because I vehemently disagree with the way they scare children into believing. However, I have taken him to church services in the past and when he reaches a certain maturity level (12-13? I'll have to wait and see), he'll be allowed to attend whatever churches he chooses to, or none at all.
Everyone "forces" something on their children; intentionally, or not. However, the word "force" tends to imply something negative. Instead, I lead by example and teach my daughter about Judaism through my own actions as an adult.
i l o ve ur answers
Can I offer you some advice?
When I read your posts, the font is a pale blue. It's difficult to read. Honestly you should change it to something more easily readable.
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