posted on Sep, 2 2009 @ 12:27 PM
reply to post by getreadyalready
If the father has a problem with the childs religion maybe he should get more involved and educate her rather than letting a court make a decision for
her. Does he get scheduled days with her? If so, he needs to take her somewhere she can become more diverse. Don't stick her in a public school
where her education will still be limited! By being put into a public school how is she going to learn anything about the diversity of religion? I
went to public school and I don't remember ever getting schooled on any religion.
If the girl wants to become religiously diverse she will explore the options herself. I grew up in a strictly Catholic household but that didn't
stop me from exploring other religions and making my own decisions on my faith or lack of faith.
Children are a lot smarter than we give them credit. When she gets older she can make her own decisions. Hell, she may even be able to make her own
I know a couple people that were homeschooled and taught totally in the Christian faith. They were never "radical" in their beliefs. They grew up
to very self sufficient and VERY social people. They were more mature and more reliable. I almost married one them and he found nothing wrong with
my belief systems. He is still one of my good friends.
I found people in public school to be more biased than any of the home schooled kids I knew.