Atheist website aims to turn kids away from God

By | December 15, 2012

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2 thoughts on “Atheist website aims to turn kids away from God

  1. Jan Brown

    I’m feeling pretty brave this morning so, please, allow me to jump in with another theory….one that includes the “assume” bugger..My understanding is that children under or not exposed to a particular belief in formative ages often figure there is a ‘creator’ of one kind or the other sans any real definition. So perhaps the AHA spokesman(unidentified) would be more accurate to say they want to attact youth TO something & NOT AWAY from anything….If you have no ingrained belief, there is no ‘from’…Teachers cannot teach what they don’t know & parents are the primary teachers…& their parent before them…Making ourselves feel ‘good’ took priority & left God sitting outside relagated to the sidelines of our homes, schools & even some mega churchs. We all require a sense of ‘belonging’ to something/someone greater than self & generally migrate towards that which accepts us. Most proclamined Atheist, for the most part, have a strong sense of morays& values. Like most organizstions, they also have fringe activist groups. IF you truly want your child to be raised in traditional Christian religions then perhaps we as parents should learn & teach while taking them to church. This would seems to be an effective defense againt the undesired.

  2. Stephen

    The last paragraph positively exudes irony. If the religious didn’t indoctrinate children it would be extinct within a few generations.

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