Re: Ch. 9 - Suffer the children
Is it a good idea to expose very young children to religions? Can religious belief have a negative impact on a child's physical and mental development? While parents have an unquestioned right to raise their children in the religious traditions with which they are most comfortable, do they not also have a responsibility to see that those children have a genuine opportunity to investigate the options open to them and decide what they think for themselves? These are some of the issues raised in this chapter.
"Godlessness is not about denying the existence of nonsensical beings. It is the starting point for living life without them."
Godless in America by George A. Ricker