• Sure. Follow-up (not that you ever answered any of mine in the past): How do you force a person to believe in something?
    • Linda Joy
      Just in case you don't know how, you do that by clicking the link displaying the number of comments or no comments.
  • I want them to be informed as possible to make their own decisions, and then their life experiences are their own, and that is what usually forms a person's belief system.
  • If I had to cancel their Xmas gifts, then of course. They wouldn't be happy though to reject the existence of Santa Claus. 😆
  • You can't stop them. Nor should you try. You should teach them the truth as you see it and explain why Atheism will not bring them lasting joy and happiness AND SHOW THEM THAT IN THE WAY YOU LIVE. After that its their choice, and their consequences. The scriptures say teach your children in the way that they should go and when they are old they will not depart from it. So teach them the truth and trust God to bring them home.
  • Proverbs 22:6 encourages us train up our children in the way that they should go and they will not stray when they grow old. Parents have to instruct and guide their children (Deu 6:6,7). Adults must choose for themselves whom they serve. As for me and my household, we will serve Jehovah (Joshua 24:15).

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