Children have no choice but to follow the same religion of their parents. Because children have no power of discrimination. Just like parents make the children eat what they should eat, they teach them to walk, to talk, parents have to teach their children about God, but should children continue to follow the same religion as their parents? No, children should question their religion, should find out more about God, should love God so much that they must go beyond religion. Therefore, children need not change their religion, but children should not be limited to the kindergarten of religion, they should grow up into the university of spirituality. Children must move beyond the basics that they have been taught, to realize God in the temple of their heart.
Always by choice. Explanation and advice can be offered to nonbelievers and people can pray for them to get saved.
somthing should be done.. like we should respect every religion ...and we should not hate or somthing wrong to person due to his religion.. parents should get aware to their children that u should love ur religion but u should respect other religion also......... by awaking their sens of humor we can prevent it..........
It should be stated in the divorce decree who has the say over the child's religion.
its a choice between you your doctor and your parents.
absolutely, positively yes
Presumably, you made your choice for reasons which can be stated. If they are good reasons, those reasons should be just as persuasive to your parents as they are to you.
Cuture has to do with your lifestyle and religion is a more personal choice that YOU should make. Not any one else.
Not really. Its your/Your parents choice.
You should if you are a little irregular responsible. but if you know your making the right choice, it should be your choice to make the decision
Personally, I am against censorship. Parents and young adults should have the choice to read these books or not. If you don't want to you don't have to. My point being this is a free country and you should have the choice or not.
Some parents believe that their child should be introduced to religion at an early age in order to begin and maintain a strong faith in that religion. Other parents believe it should be left up to the child when he or she grows old enough to make the decision for him or herself. It is up to the parents to decide what's best for their child. I personally would not introduce my future children to religion at such an early age.
Honestly, that decision is up to the adoptive parents until the child is 18. When that child turns 18, the choice is no longer up to the parents. The choice is the child's.
You should just come out to them. Dont be nervouse because whats the worst they can do. Its your choice and they cant change it
Pretty much all of it. Religion may be important in history to show where civilizations got their beliefs off of, but now? It shouldn't be involved. Religion is a personal choice. You don't have to have one.
so that people beleive that they cant leave their religion, no matter what, and thats not true, the religion we are is by choice, like lets say both your parents are catholic, doesnt automaticly make you catholic, its the beleif..... i should stop talking now.
Never. The problem with that is that it is the student's family's choice.
That depends if you are allowed to or not. You will reach an age that you should shave but if your religion/beliefs do not allow you to you should really sit down and talk with your parents concerning this either way.
yes children should because they should chose themselves what religion they want to follow. if they want to be christened when they are older and it is their own choice then that's what they should do. don't force your children to follow a religion they don't want to follow.
It was absolutely unexceptible.He felt people should have there own choice in religion,as i also feel they should.
It's just what you believe is right... You should do some soul-searching. Often a child is born into a religion through the parents and family. Some find other religions as adults but most stay with the one they were raised with. So the parents and people around have a very active part in the choice, although it's not so much a choice for some. They either believe or they don't.
I think that that's the parents choice but i do think its wrong for kids to be like that.
If the parents are of faith and go to church, then they should bring their young children with them to give them a base of learning on religion from which to decide. But if, after the children reach the age where they can decide for themselves, they decide they don't want to go, then the parents need to respect their child's feelings about it and not force them to go if they don't want to. Also, if, when the young children become older, they decide they prefer to try another faith, then they should be allowed that choice, too.
Lots of people do that. Everybody should have the freedom to choose a religion (or lack of religion) for themselves, no matter what religion their parents practice.
Yes, a religion is not something you can force upon each other and it is personal. ________________ In theory, the above answer is right. But consider one thing. Depending on the age of the child, then even regarding religion the child should be under the guidance and direction of the parent(s). Honoring and respecting one's parents and accepting their authority is an extremely important part of just about every culture and religion. Parents may be ok with a child practicing a different religion, but if they are not, it is more important when young to consider the authority of the parents as being part of the deity's will for the child, for a time. There will be a time when the choice can be made. When older, this child will see that accepting the authority of the parents was wise, regardless of the choice of religion. Now if there is an adoptive/foster situation, then parents should do everything possible to respect the religious practice of a child coming into the home, to the extent that the child wishes to engage in it.