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  1. #67
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    My husband is an atheist; I'd consider myself essentially a deist, but with some pagan leanings. Both of us were raised as Christians, with his family being a lot more fundie, although mine has its fair share of those as well.

    Like others in this thread, we don't necessarily feel obligated to expose our kids to any religious tradition, but when Grandma and Grandpa visit and want to take them to church, we don't prohibit it. If they have questions about what we believe or what others believe (Asher is the only one who's really old enough to ask thus far, but he hasn't much), we answer them candidly. If they ever reach a point as they grow where they want to explore religions on their own, we'll encourage them to do as they wish and support them in whatever choice they make.

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