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Christians only please: My brother in law (atheist) doesnt want to take his kids to church, should I intervene so they know the love of christ at an early age?


[This is priceless and the comments should be read on this thread to appreciate what a nut this guy is and how he exploded on each and every single one of the answerers who didn't agree with him by calling them 'unsaved' not 'good' people, etc. etc. - This is priceless, for everything else, there's religion!]

Trainsaresweet, Answer Bag 27 Comments [12/19/2008 3:40:45 AM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores
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Old Viking

Of all the bad ideas you've ever had, that is the baddest.

12/19/2008 3:46:27 AM

Antichrist

Can I give your child a copy of "Origin of the Species" so they know that intelligence is not a curse?

12/19/2008 3:56:44 AM

celestial-salamander

it really depends on what you mean by intervene. if you mean saying. "if you don't want to take them i can give them a lift there" then it might be okay. if you mean sneak in and grab them, drag tem in to a van and don't let them out until you get to church. then it's defiantly a bad idea.

also what does your/his/her sister think and more importantly what do the children think. the children should ultimately be the ones who make the decision. so please THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!

12/19/2008 4:07:11 AM

a mind far far away

Leave all the non-christians alone, then you won't have these kinds of problems. You have no right to force anything on anybody that they don't want. You also have no right to try and raise someone else's children just because you disagree with their philosophical viewpoints. You should learn to keep your mouth shut, keep to yourself, and keep from forcing your views down everyone else's throat. You are the problem with this country. Conservative christianity, if not kept in check, will be the downfall of the USA.

12/19/2008 4:23:55 AM

WMDKitty

Not unless you want your brother in law to *really* fucking hate you...

12/19/2008 4:29:53 AM

Dharmabum

If I was this guy's brother-in-law, I would fucking shoot him.

12/19/2008 4:51:14 AM

anonymous

Noh.

12/19/2008 5:49:00 AM

Shadoboy


12/19/2008 6:05:00 AM

DevilsChaplain

"My brother in law (atheist) doesnt want to take his kids to church, should I intervene so they know the love of christ at an early age?"
Mind your goddamn business you Christian psychopath, they're his fucking kids. When YOU have kids, raise them as you like (inside the law of course). He's not brainwashing them, so I like your brother-in-law already.

12/19/2008 6:07:21 AM



"the love of christ " - It gave me several mental illnesses and self esteem issues...so much love...

Let them be kids, kids don't need to think about religion, they just need to have fun and be loved. Obviously the B.I.L here is giving his kids the love they deserve by letting them be kids.

*laments at lost time because of church*

12/19/2008 7:46:02 AM

DeviantArt mod

Living proof that religion is a mental disorder.

12/19/2008 7:55:46 AM

GreenEyedLilo

OhmyGods, what an ass! If this is for real, eventually this guy's going to wonder why the kids don't want to be around him and that branch of the family often skips reunions.

12/19/2008 9:25:17 AM

aaa

Kid, don't. You are only going to make a moron out of yourself.

12/19/2008 9:28:49 AM



Intervene how? By kidnapping them? It's none of your fucking business! Unless you plan on taking custody of them for some legitimate reason NOT involving religion, you should probably just shut the fuck up and back off.

12/19/2008 11:20:12 AM

szaleniec

It really is none of your business. Honestly. And as for:

"he exploded on each and every single one of the answerers who didn't agree with him by calling them 'unsaved' not 'good' people, etc. etc."

why don't you try reading the Bible? If it's just sitting on your shelf and you don't actually read the thing, then whether or not you believe it's the word of God then it doesn't do anything.

12/19/2008 11:43:07 AM

Orion

You shouldn't intervene because the indoctrination of young kids is Christianity's greatest crime and most abhorrent edict.

When children are told that "God is the answer to everything and everyone else is wrong cos you'll go to heaven" they believe every word and many continue to believe it until their death. Brainwashing children into Christianity when they are to young to know better is evil.

12/19/2008 12:28:59 PM

Dr. Funkenstein

No, shitbird! Don't corrupt the children!

12/19/2008 12:33:55 PM

CrazyRoper

God damnit that site is terribly put together.

Oh...and good luck with being a complete asshole.

12/19/2008 11:59:36 PM

Mad as a Hatter

No, don't intervene. It would not be welcomed.

Just go home and pray that they see the light. Pray! Pray! and pray!

In the mean time, your brother in law will have peace and quiet.

What a jack ass: ''Don't teach my kids anything I don't agree with but I must get everyone else's kids to think like me!

12/22/2008 9:41:03 PM



I thought that you were head over shoulders over the topic of not interferring with parental discipline. What happened now?, that changes when the parents don't agree with you?

12/28/2008 3:54:54 PM

I read about the afterlife

I believe some other prominent person in history indoctrinated children early in life. Who could it be?

5/3/2010 7:10:59 AM



Think about that when you have your own kids and you ravel that the government has taken you your "God-given" right to torture your children.

2/14/2011 3:09:18 AM

Big Chicken Dinner

That seems like a good idea - free babysitting on Sunday morning.

2/14/2011 7:48:45 AM

Justanotheratheist

The short answer - no, you shouldn't. It has fuckall to do with you, and no atheist is going to tolerate what you are proposing.

2/14/2011 7:51:57 AM

darkevilme.

To Trainsaresweet.
Even assuming your idea wasn't entirely unethical and based on a wrongful assumption that you're entitled to interfere with the way someone else raises their children.

It wouldn't work.
You do this. Your brother in law finds out and places a restraining order on you. You are now unable to influence his kids AT ALL without facing fines and legal penalties.

Even if it weren't for the entire 'devoid of respect for your brother in law' thing this plan is stupid cause you would be blowing your own foot off with it.

2/14/2011 9:57:17 AM
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