IsabelC Posted September 15, 2012 Share Posted September 15, 2012 (edited) Some posts have made me wonder about this. Clearly some people are more interested in religious topics than other people. Also, some parents prefer their kids to have a solid grounding in the family's beliefs and practices before learning about others. So I would love to hear your views about this. NOT your views on the merits of any particular religion, just you views on whether/how it is good to learn about them, for yourself or as part of your kids' education. How do your kids learn about religions? Do they know people from many different faiths? Or meet them as part of their learning? Do they work mainly with books? Internet resources? Visit churches, temples, etc? And is there really a significant difference in approach between devout/conservative religious parents, more liberal religious parents and parents who are non religious? Is it true that some parents would just rather not expose their children to other religions (or any religions)? Or is it really more just a question of this not being a priority subject compared to numeracy, literacy and such? Edited September 15, 2012 by Hotdrink Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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