Am I "fretting?" No. That is you projecting since YOU would worry about YOUR child if they didn't follow your teachings.<quoted text>
Do not fret over your son's unbelief. He still has time.
If he fails to realize the error of his ways,we can hope that his chidren will break the curse of unbelief.
I never influenced my son concerning religion.
Go to church or not.. it was up to him.
He never has attended church by his own choice.
He and his wife also choose not to have children so there will be no Christians coming from this family.
"Self serving?" Only stating facts, honey. You seem to be poorly informed so I thought I would share some facts with you.<quoted text> BTW your self serving statements make you appear even more foolish.
Of course they do. I was raised Baptist but went to a Methodist and Lutheran church services with my besties when I was in high school.<quoted text> We know that an unbeliever does not attend a religious service out of curiosity.
Wanted to see what the difference might be. Curiosity.
Two years ago when I went to Italy, I attended a Catholic mass just to see what it was like. Catholics really know how to do rituals..much better than Protestants.
No matter who is preaching it...it's all BS.
Speaking of BS...<quoted text> It is very likely that the unbeliever is there looking for answers to the BS he /she has been fed by Atheists.
Possibly,the unbeliever has read the studies that have concluded that unbelievers have a higher rate of mental and emotional problems,are more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol and more likely to commit suicide.
Yes, I wanted my son to grow up thinking for himself.<quoted text> Knowing that unbelief is the cause of those problems,they are probably looking to save their families from such a fate...
After all,if one really loves their family,you really want the best for them
He did. He came to his atheist conclusions all on his own.
I am very proud of him.