haha - would you say the same about a person who researched the claims of Christianity - read the bible - the stories of the resurrection - then decided it was real and they were going to live their lives proselytizing?
Levity aside, and as a generalized statement, it tends to be two different scenarios.
scenario a: dispelling a belief held out of convenience and accepting you were wrong in light of the evidence
scenario b: abandoning evidence by accepting a convenient believe in light of uncertainty or discomfort.
Like I said, I'm generalizing, but I don't think it's totally unfair. The key words in Adriana's post were "change one's mind if necessary." When has evidence ever led to the necessary conclusion of God?
"When has evidence ever led to the necessary conclusion of God?"
Off the top of my head ... every Christian Apologist basically affirms this.
You know - Complexity in the Universe - The irreducibility of consciousness and Love - The evidence of the Resurrection - Prophecies coming true. Etc.
Of course WE know it's all nonsense.
You should be raising them to become good, compassionate human beings, free to make their own choices and mistakes - not hanging your own psychological baggage on them -be it sexuality, religion, bigotry.
This is good stuff.