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You are not understanding my

You are not understanding my argument if you think that is what I'm suggesting.

I'm arguing you should give children the resources to think critically for themselves, so they can examine and evaluate differing points of views on different subjects instead of telling them Jesus rose from the dead, or the left is wrong on everything, or Israel is the true enemy of the US and not Iran, or whatever you, I or anyone else may or may not believe. Tell them what you believe, why you believe it and then give them the knowledge and critical thinking skills so they can grow up and decide what is true and what is not for themselves.

I am an Atheist and I would most certainly teach my children the reasons why I do not believe in a God and why I believe others do, but I would give them the opportunity to evaluate the subject themselves.