Saturday, January 30, 2010

Religious Get Well How Do Children Born To Religious Parents Believe In Santa As Well As Their Parent’s God?

How do children born to religious parents believe in Santa as well as their parent's god? - religious get well

In other words, these children are often told about other characters and the unseen magical Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy, but for some reason, they reached an age where they either directly or from one concludes that only their God the Father, the true Magic invisible characters that makes them think their parents is to God as other invisible magic characters?

14 comments:

  1. Where religion is concerned, common sense goes out the window.

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  2. Most of the parents to their children about imaginary characters, like the father in a way that encourages them to think, while at the same time know that they are not true. Sometimes young children do not know that Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy is real, but when they get older, eventually to discover. Whereas multiculturalism is something completely different, because most parents who are part of an approach to religion, are much greater and more serious, and they taught their children as something that is real. It is therefore possible to believe in God and in the / magical imaginary people, but knowing that does not really exist.

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  3. Many parents to indoctrinate their children with beliefs as fairy tales and tell them that the 25th December, the comic drama of Jesus when he stole a pagan holiday, was the Catholic Church as BD and AD claim is made. Some son of God in a pagan festival was stolen, so he can get a BD.

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  4. Well, that's 10 years ago, I told my mother never much for the Easter and Christmas, except holidays, but always talked about God and stuff, so of course I do not care about others. There is also the theory that naturally want to believe in something with a solid foundation. Religion is much stronger than the images of cartoons, you see once a year.

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  5. Many adults believe in God, unlike Santa, Tooth Fairy, etc.
    and of course if you are your parents with teeth or their parents with
    Faith can move mountains and make them believe, Allsorts the way that the fanatics are liars, hypocrites, fanatics, fanatical, violent, and some are killers, because you say God is right and were rationalized as "love"

    Edit: the truth is admitted, not right - many Christians, that they stole pagan days

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  6. Jayden's Momy of 4&1 on way!February 2, 2010 at 3:01 AM

    My children do not believe in Santa Claus. I cover my head with a kind of selfish trash on toys. If they are good, God bless you so bad, they go to hell. Christmas is about Christ is not present. They each have an education, present, or religious themes.

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  7. Jayden's Momy of 4&1 on way!February 2, 2010 at 3:02 AM

    My children do not believe in Santa Claus. I cover my head with a kind of selfish trash on toys. If they are good, God bless you so bad, they go to hell. Christmas is about Christ is not present. They each have an education, present, or religious themes.

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  8. The doctrine of faith, hope and dreams is that the structures of a child ... therefore have a happy childhood for those who believe ... A child needs structure, dreams, hope and faith. Who is like a religion taught as an adult, to encourage other things to them and their beliefs are themselves elected, they sometimes have the same religion as their parents, sometimes change their minds, who can decide for yourself ... This gives them the tools. I hope you understand what I am trying to say ... those who are well informed, better equipped for the future. BTW, I am not a devout Catholic, but I believe in God. My children are no worse or resentment of Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny or the Tooth Fairy, remembers the happy moments of his childhood.

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  9. How deep within you. This is exactly the time that I realized that God can not be true. In fact, it hurt me to accept that I had lied, and agreed with everything. I felt stupid.

    Then he tried to tell me that this story is true God and asked me to test. Besides the look "to all the beautiful flowers" cr * p they could not get anything.

    I remember the time to invent a story about a man in the clouds, creating flowers was so stupid to say, planted a giant worm. I was 7 years and this is where I grew up. I never looked back, I am glad to say.

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  10. That's what I do not know how much it will contribute to
    I think it is because kids these mythical creatures in the press and see why they truly believe, because they "see" when told Thet are not real, they begin to accept them, because these images in the media for children actually begin, you'll even see grow and learn how the world than these "creatures works" nothing more than propaganda. If, however, have learned more powers than any of us that they are still there and, like Jesus, were once human, but they are no longer with us. This gives us the idea that they are real and they're living the spirit of the people. The great powers to serve a purpose, as these creatures they're in the wrong direction, and we have learned that everyone shares the view that in adult life by them as an adult

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  11. I think my house today is a healthy attitude (I think) from "Santa" and religion. For 2 does not really mix. Some family members stay at Christmas about Jesus, "The Birthday" touched for the midnight mass, the rest of them stayed until 2-3:00 Clock. (Christmas Eve).

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  12. Santa means saint
    Saint Nicolas

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  13. Santa means saint
    Saint Nicolas

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  14. I suupose many Christian families make the mistake of teaching on a fake Santa Claus

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