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Approaches to parenting.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sarah Nowell Feb 21, 2012. 6 Replies

I'm interested in opinions on parenting strategy. (Just out of curiosity.)Questioning how I was doing things didn't really come up until recently.  My current approach is that rather than teach my…Continue

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"Today my daughter pledged to the American flag...one nation under the flying spaghetti monster. Her teacher was not amused. Shitstorm inc."
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Lewal commented on Sarah Nowell's blog post 'Good guys and bad guys'
"I find that God apparently often allows atrocity to test people, among other reasons, because he has a plan for all of us and works in mysterious ways and we can't possibly comprehend this plan, because, you know... God. The mental conditioning…"
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Good guys and bad guys

The buzz from the bible thumpers I am obligated to interact with is a blame game lately.All of these awful things happen everywhere, and apparently if we just let their sky friend into our schools it would be a thing of the past.I know this idea isn't new by any means, but why does it never occur to people that since god is the one doling out the violence, actively or passively and people go to hell - or jail for disobedience who is the cop and who is the robber?I'm not overly active on Think…See More
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Sarah Nowell replied to Sarah Nowell's discussion 'Approaches to parenting.'
"I'm sorry Shanna. If it gets to the point that it upsets things at home it's definitely a problem.  I wonder what they're telling him if he's freaking out at the age of three. The worst is when someone you trust sends them…"
Feb 21, 2012
Shanna replied to Sarah Nowell's discussion 'Approaches to parenting.'
"I have aan adopted 3 year old and hus biological grandmother takes him to church. he has already yelled at me that jrsus anf god are real. i am furious but my partner thinks its good he learns about christianity. (She's agnostic) he says it…"
Feb 13, 2012
Rikke Petersen replied to Sarah Nowell's discussion 'Approaches to parenting.'
"I don't live in a religious area, and for sure nothing as horrible as the Bible belt. But still I felt I could maybe help you out a little. I am non religious, and so is my husband, we never tought the children about it, but then again we…"
Feb 13, 2012
Sarah Nowell commented on Sarah Nowell's blog post 'Healing? Sorry but no.'
"Sorry guys, I've been a busy girl. She has always talked a big christian game.  She just hadn't begun to engage in cult like behavior until the last year or two.  Talking to her is like chess anymore because I am just as much, if…"
Feb 12, 2012
Heather Spoonheim commented on Sarah Nowell's blog post 'Healing? Sorry but no.'
"If she has decided that her invisible friend has healed her, there is likely nothing you can do.  She could be laying on her death bed and would just claim that it is YOUR lack of faith that has allowed satan to revive the cancer - and…"
Feb 10, 2012
Cristynfaye commented on Sarah Nowell's blog post 'Healing? Sorry but no.'
"In my Christian experience, which was a long and extensive one, most people believe that God works through modern medicine.  Unless she is Christian Science or Amish or some other weird thing that doesn't believe in using medicine, then…"
Feb 9, 2012
Ed commented on Sarah Nowell's blog post 'Healing? Sorry but no.'
"In the best interest of your frined I would tell her that her god would want her "to do her best and leave the rest up to her/him/it." Which would mean she needs to be proactive in her monitoring of this condition. My step…"
Feb 9, 2012
Gabriela Menicucci commented on Sarah Nowell's blog post 'Healing? Sorry but no.'
"Well I had an internal hemorrage a few weeks ago, my family and friends tried to take it as proof of god existence, turned out I never believed in god not even for a second and now I'm healed and healthy. That proves to me god doesn't…"
Feb 9, 2012
joshua james commented on Sarah Nowell's blog post 'Healing? Sorry but no.'
"when did she start believing in god? soon after she found out of her condition or after she found out she may have cancer? anyway, theres not much to do but try to smack her sense back into her. try avoiding that going to treatment does not mean…"
Feb 9, 2012

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I am an anthropology student studying human origins and prehistoric archaeology, a mother, a wife, a friend, trying to make this existence count.
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The Bible is fairly well planned, but not impossible to see through.
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Good guys and bad guys

Posted on January 3, 2013 at 1:38am 1 Comment

The buzz from the bible thumpers I am obligated to interact with is a blame game lately.

All of these awful things happen everywhere, and apparently if we just let their sky friend into our schools it would be a thing of the past.

I know this idea isn't new by any means, but why does it never occur to people that since god is the one doling out the violence, actively or passively and people go to hell - or jail for disobedience who is the cop and who is the robber?

I'm…

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Healing? Sorry but no.

Posted on February 9, 2012 at 9:55am 6 Comments

I have a friend of decades that apparently found god somewhere.  Must be somewhere I forgot to look.

Anyway, she has a precancerous female condition and was genetically tested to have a predisposition for such problems.  She's trying to not deal with the fact that she could have cancer within the next year without preventative treatment by concluding that everyone's favorite imaginary friend has already healed her.

Being not insane, this is scary.  She might have a new cultist…

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At 10:39am on December 11, 2011, Robert Karp said…

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