My unborn child is part Wiccan n Christian


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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 01/13/2014




Your unborn child will make a decision regarding religion on their own, once they are old enough to understand the implications of said decision.

The most you can say at this point is that you will raise your unborn child in the observational practices of both the Wiccan and Christian religions.

And, I have to say...what was the point of this post? To incite an argument about which is "right"? Just wondering...

Jodi - posted on 01/13/2014




Sorry, but your unborn child does not have ANY religious denomination until he/she chooses it. Until then, it is only what you impose on the child. Just saying.

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I don't understand how you mean part and what the problem is? Religion is isn't like heritage to a country. I am part English and German. Religion doesn't hold anything like being English and German does. I have a German nose but hair colour that is common in England.
I am pagan so is my husband. His family is christian/catholic. Mine is full of christians, wiccans, catholics, and buddhists.
Religion is what ever type you pick to raise your child as but your child can always change it's mind once it is older.

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