I saw the other day about a girl asking if her kid would be a Muslim or a Christian because she and her husband were of different religions. When a kid is born from two different religions, you take the religion of the mother. That's just how it works. Why? I don't know but that's how it works. I saw a ton of non-religious people answering the question , that had no point in being there because they aren't religious and don't know what they're talking about. So, why did they answer it?
2mo why can't people actually answer the question at hand. Idiots
"When a kid is born from two different religions, you take the religion of the mother. That's just how it works. Why? I don't know but that's how it works." Lol you are totally qualified to answer religious questions..
There are many religious people who haven't read anything even in regards to their own religion anyway. There are also atheists who have studied many religions as a hobby, therefore their opinion may be valid. What's your problem anyway?
Non-religious people's opinions are valid. When you yourself don't know the reason why, that's when you FIND THE ANSWERS. Why would any responsible father make such a pivotal decision and say "well, shit, I have no clue why that's just what everyone else does, that's how it is!"
You have to know why. And the further you dig, the more clues you'll find that the construct of religious is built on dogma, and a "man behind the curtain" deterring people from asking that very question.
"That's just how it works." Rubbish. There's no need for it to be that way at all. A Roman Catholic father would want his children brought up in the same faith. Which I think is wron, as well. A child should be encouraged to research and chose its own path. Not be dictated to by any parent.
Most non-religious people were religious at one point especially raised in countries with a religious majority. Also non-religious people can study religions just for the historical and cultural understanding even if they don't believe in them.