Dealing with entanglement of culture and religion with kids

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Dealing with entanglement of culture and religion with kids
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Tue, 12-07-2010 - 10:13am

I am of Jewish ethnicity and heritage, but agnostic by religious belief.

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Hi Gwen,


Sandie

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We don't have a Reconstructionist congregation near us. We have been dropping in to kids' events at the local Reform temple.

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I'm sure lots of other families at your Reform temple are atheist as well. It's quite common.

Sandie

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I'm sorry that I don't know!
Welcome to the board, though!
Coming from a Jewish family, I would imagine that separating CULTURE and RELIGION would be particularly sticky...