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What To Do When You Find Out Your Kids Are Being Taught Religion


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?”
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Here is how Christian homeschooling hurts kids — and leaves some barely literate


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…
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Kids Are Leaving Catholicism Because They See Atheism As “Smart” and Faith as a “Fairy Tale”


Even kids know not to believe religious lies.
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I’m An Atheist, And This Is How I Handled It When My Kids Asked To Go To Church


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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The kids of Jesus Camp, 10 years later: ‘Was it child abuse? Yes and no’


The controversial 2006 documentary about an evangelical church camp outraged secular audiences, but its subjects have mixed memories
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Secular Parents Are Homeschooling Their Kids Due to Faith-Based Bullying in Public Schools


You’re better off at home than dealing with Christian bullies.
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If You Raise Your Kids Without Religion and They Join a Faith, Wouldn’t You Think That You Failed?


I’d be kicking myself if my kids became religious; wouldn’t you?
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How Adults Can Encourage Kids To Be Original Thinkers : NPR Ed : NPR


In Adam Grant’s book, Originals, he writes that taking risks and embracing curiosity can lead to original ideas. So how can teachers and parents use his findings to help their kids be more creative?
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How to Respond When Your Kids Ask if Santa Is Real – CollegeHumor Post


How to Respond When Your Kids Ask if Santa Is Real
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A Former Christian Shares Why She Stopped Taking Her Kids to Church


A Former Christian Shares Why She Stopped Taking Her Kids to Church
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