Children do love balloons.
"If god needs money so bad, why doesn't he just make a new bible. The first one sold so well." - Homer Simpson. S25E12
Soldiers who die despite the inability to do so probably do a bigger sacrifice !
And then there is this too : http://atheistsblog.tumblr.com/post/34292479233
I was looking around the internet for forums where I could ask this question, this forum here came up. I am a parent of a a 16 year old son who has clearly expressed that he does not believe in any religion, and certainly not the one of his father and I. His father and I were married in the Catholic church and until last year, were avid church goers every Sunday of the year. This year, we have been slacking quite a bit. Oh, also, our other son and two daughters all Catholic and I know they enjoy going to Church to some extent.
I guess my question is this. Should I make my atheistic son go to Church with us when we do go on Sunday mornings? He has expressed his strong dislike for it. I am a very accepting person of religion. I have no issue with him being atheistic, however, I do think that some of the underlying morals they speak about in Church are good for him to hear.
Thoughts? Opinions? What should I do?
Today is the very first time in all my 30 years that I'm not going to church on Easter Sunday! It's awesome!
Happy just-another-Sunday, everyone! :D
Edited to say: Wow! I can't believe how huge this post has gotten! I figured I'd have a couple of people say something and this would get buried. Honestly, I'm reminded now of how truly supportive, encouraging, and fun the atheist community is. You guys kick ass!
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