This piece from The West Wing speaks to me on several levels. I find those who slavishly follow the bible, as though its every word is truth, bothersome. Lots of people do, I think. Like lots of others, I find those who cunningly misrepresent themselves also bothersome. That’s why this segment resonates with so many. Continue reading
So, in an odd coincidence, this week religion, and of course, atheism reared their controversial heads again. I learned this week that my children’s school has overlooked my wishes for my children to be excluded from religion classes and has in fact had my son attending religious
education indoctrination classes!
Hubby wanted me to clarify his position outlined in yesterday’s post on what to teach our children when one parent is a rabid atheist and the other is
a believer an agnostic. He is not a believer. He also says I misunderstood yesterday (wouldn’t be the first time) and that he is …
How do parents agree on a strategy on raising their children on matters of religion and atheism when one parent is a devout atheist and the other is a believer? Hubby and I are currently navigating those treacherous waters and so far it’s a long way from smooth sailing.