People that believe in only one religion and think that the rest of the world is going to hell/are completely wrong if they don't follow the same beliefs as themselves. I am personally Catholic but believe that everyone has the right to their own opinion and that "God" (whoever that is to you) wanted us all to be different and believe what we want. Why argue about religion when that's the last thing God himself would do. We should all respect eachother for who we are and live our lives happily and peacefully with one another.
I'm open minded and respect all opinions
SO what do YOU think?
- Yeah, I don't see a problem with that19% (12)28% (11)22% (23)Vote
- NEVER! That would not turn out good81% (52)72% (29)78% (81)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
Honestly? No. I'm not hardcore religious myself, and if/when we have a child, the religious person would insist on their beliefs being thrust on the child. Even if they didn't, I'm sure religious stories would be told which would influence them. I think in the case where parents are two different religious beliefs the child should have knowledge of both (when old to understand) and can choose for themselves. But as with most religious, religious people believe the religion should be taught early to ensure acceptance to the afterlife. And there would no doubt be fights over going to a religious or non-religious school.1
Most Helpful Guy
In my experience, people that are very strict religious have a bad past. They either were heavy into drugs, were an alcoholic, or something and they turn very religious to make up for it. The annoying thing is that they tend to always criticize every little thing of other people, even though in reality, they have done WAY worse and have no real moral authority to be criticizing them.2