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But, the fact is that Christianity has withstood all the attacks on it.
You have to remember, for a Christian, knowing a non-believer is like watching your buddy run blind-folded off a cliff. You will do ANYTHING in your power to stop them.
But you see Ragman, you can't make a statement like Jesus is real and was the son of God. It's a matter of personnal opinion. You can't state that as fact and just presume that you are correct.
Originally posted by moocowman
My beliefs are not outside the norm as I have no beliefs and neither do my children. I'm not restrictive in any way my kids are exposed to religions at school (at lest it should be plural) I encourage my kids to get access to as much info as possible.
My child s RE teacher for example had never even heard of Dyonisis and I find this quite disturbing for obvious reasons.
informed by the teacher that Jesus Christ is a very real person and god but also had to take part in the worship of this god twice a week.
I have only recently learned that on the first day she started this “Secular” school that along with her books, diaries that she was given there was also a “BIBLE”!!!!!!!!
Originally posted by Yummy Freelunch
This is one of the reasons I took my son out of public schools and home schooled him. Not only that, but every week there was a bomb threat or some other crazy thing going on. I dont want my child learning the lies they teach in these schools, its pathetic.
Another school has been "teaching" Islam by having students study and learn Muslim prayers and dress as Muslims, and a lawyer who argued a previous dispute over this issue to the U.S. Supreme Court said such methodologies wouldn't "last 10 seconds" if it were Christianity being taught
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
I didn't see how old your child is, but can you talk to her and explain that her religion classes are just stories and make-believe and NOT real, no matter what her teacher says?