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“It’s ’cause we don’t go to church,” my daughter admitted.
“Her mom says she’s not allowed to talk to me, but she does anyway when the teacher isn’t looking.” Later I got the whole story. Or she was once, which is why my kid felt comfortable enough to tell her what she usually keeps to herself: We’re atheists. Then she wouldn’t leave her alone, and her taunts escalated.
In the mean time I've asked for a bit of distance. Thank you, I've already put the love and lost quote in a reply to another post!
I'm away on a big trip to Asia soon so I'll have plenty of stuff to look forward to.
So if I need help with a project he has always been there. I hope and pray someday he and God develop a relationship, but I understand that as his wife I am unlikely to convert him.
He understands how I think and I understand how he thinks.
theist and a strong atheist getting together and giving it it a go?
I would say "never." They simply aren't compatible world views.
My daughter’s fourth-grade year bought a slew of firsts.She is supportive of my religious activities, she just doesn't participate in them (other than church-related social/fundraising events).On my part, I am a church-going Christian, but I am progressive, post-modernist, syncretic, and really more pantheist than theist.I knew exactly what my child would catch hell for, if you’ll excuse the terrible pun.Yet anticipating what was coming didn’t make it any easier to overhear her conversation with a soccer teammate after practice one day when my 10-year-old locked her eyes with her cleats and mumbled about a little girl in class who hated her.