I get this panicked question from godless parents at least once per week, “I just found out my child is being exposed to religious stories at school. What should I do?”
My interest in homeschooling was first sparked nearly 20 years ago, when I was a socially awkward adolescent with a chaotic family life. I became close to a conservative Christian homeschooling family that seemed perfect in every way. Through my connection to this family, I was introduced to a whole world of conservative Christian homeschoolers, some of whom we would now consider “Quiverfull” families: homeschooling conservatives who eschew any form of family planning and choose…
Even kids know not to believe religious lies.
My wife and I are atheists. My 13 year old came up and said he wanted to attend church. What should I do? originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.
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