The debate "Parents should not push or bring their children into any religion instead allow them to explore" was started by
January 12, 2016, 10:10 pm.
35 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 14 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
peacock posted 1 argument, ReadyToBegin posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
tommy5015 posted 1 argument, PsychDave posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Monster, multishooterftw, danielle, gamelia94, Socrates, Talks_N_Rants, swp16, ReadyToBegin, omactivate, FlyingCookie, WaspToxin, Burnin, Arixeo, thatdebatingchick, StarSoul, barman, NaggingNut, truth_vs_true, RyanWakefield, WiseGirl, president and 14 visitors agree.
PsychDave, Sumerian, Band_Nerd_24, peacock, confident, jayhard, healthywhealthy, lawyerlady, oscar90000 and 5 visitors disagree.
giving such licence for children to explore their own path may be applicable for those parents who understand that the children is mature enough to decide a choice, yet apart from that a wise parents are those who knows what best for their children regardless of the children's view will be the same as theirs or not..
I agree with this statement. Not sure if it is possible.
as a parents, we must take care of many things for our children before they make a wrong choice!
agree with you bro.
On top of that, parents have the right to decide their children name, also their children believe.
A parent's job is to teach and raise their child as best they can. If a parent honestly believes that their religion is right and will be good for their child, it would be wrong for them to not teach it. We teach children to read and write, how to tie their shoes and many other things whether they want to learn it or not. If the parents feel that it would be immoral and harmful to not teach their child about God, how could they justify not doing so?
I don't personally know if God is real and I don't subscribe to any organized religion but I also recognize the perspective of those who do.
we must not look religion as a pressure on us but we must accept it as a faith n good will