You may love who you are, but it is arrogance to think that you owe it to others to learn your perspectives with the intention of them being being just like you or having the same perspectives. Your son will only benefit from the truth and the right decisions that he makes out of those truths.
gonegolfing, I see that you are very passionate about your pov. In reading what you wrote, it also seems that you are doing the same as me in thinking that "your" way is the best, but you don't provide any data backing these claims. And don't you think it's a little presumptuous to tell other people how to raise their children?
Come come now my little indoctrinating friend, you know nothing of my passion. And don't fucking well turn this back on me. But I am indeed telling you that your way is wrong, immoral in fact, and that accepting the facts of reality and applying rational thinking to them is a moral duty when it comes to the teaching of your child in the home. There is no better way than the rational way.
Go find the damn data yourself, you know it's there, and it's clear, and not to far from those fogged up eyes of yours (don't get lazy, I hate doing other peoples work
No, it's not pressumptuous, and if you think that the abuse of a child's mind by its parent is off limits to the chastisement of others, or even the legal system, then you need to think again there Skippy. It's one thing for you
to toss this salad of nonsense around in your own mind, put on your favorite dressing, and then feast on it, but if I find out your forcing your naive child to eat the same salad ? .......Then it's on baby
Can you guarantee that your son will be the perfect theist with the information you give him ??
Please show me anyone who can.
That's right. Not even your supposed jeezuz was the perfect son.
Don't arrogantly think that your kid couldn't be one of them based on your love of yourself and the fact that you've filled his head with your perfect perspectives.
Haven't said anything of the sort. But, would it please you to know that I was raised Catholic with Catholic roots that go back to my Grandmother who had 8 kids and 22 grandkids and NONE of us or her kids spouses have ever been in jail? Total side bar, but that's pretty amazing right?
I'm sorry you felt you had to jump from one sinking ship to another sinking ship
But I'll tip my hat to that family statistic. At the same time though, and speaking of the data you need
, it's too bad and quite sad that our prisons are in fact jambed with bible thumping and god believing, and at the very least religiously affiliated inmates(72%), who more than likely got their start to life by being forced by their parents into the sunday school class rooms of the world. Did a lot of good didn't it ?
The practice of religion has never put a person in prison. But the lack of its power in practice leaves the weak of mind individual, who counts on it, helpless in staying out.
Don't be a dick like others and please leave your child's mind alone. It's your moral duty to do so.
Is it me or do you sound like the morality police?
Your damn right I'm the morality police and when I see immoral behaviour I call it
Turn around:--your getting cuffed !
I'm glad we ended on a civil note.