Though I haven't read the Bible to my son, I have shared with him some of the claims that the Bible makes, such as the 4 legged insects, bats that are birds, dragons and giants are real, the Earth is set on a foundation, and other things that religious people claim to know based on the Bible, such as that dinosaurs co-existed with people, that the earth is only 6,000 years old, and that certain people have very personal relaltionships, and even conversations with, an almighty, supernatural being. My son, who is 8, found this all highly amusing, in the same way that he finds believers in Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster to be amusing. Given the opportunity to think for themselves, kids realize that religion is bullshit pretty quickly. Granted, he still expresses a belief in Santa, but it's pretty clear that this belief is fast fading given his skeptical nature. After all, one has to admit that Santa is much more plausible than God, regardless of how implausible Santa is. A guy with a magnificent beard who has magical powers one day of the year is more reasonable to believe in that a guy with a magnificent beard who has magical powers eternally.