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Sax

Kids will always simplify things if they need to, but isn't it better to have a solid foundation of ideas to build on?

And, kids keep surprising us with their insights. Giving them an "easy" story, I think, just pre-determines that they won't have the chance to do so.

David

Both parents in our household are non-believers and we've found it relatively easy to just tell it the way we think it is. I'd find it much harder to give them explanations I don't believe in. Many elements of religious narrative and symbolism defy credibility anyway. As my youngest son once commented about heaven: "Isn't it getting rather full up there?"

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