it does if my child
has to tithe and evangelise.
to me its akin to
In matters such as this, if parents don't agree then there is either compromise or veto. Our family law system encourages parents to compromise in the first instance BUT if they cannot, then veto usually rules should it come to a court since matters of religious observance cannot be objectively determined as being for or against the best interests of the child.
Personally, I think it is unethical to inculcate any child with religious dogmas they cannot possibly understand or make a rational choice about. Religious observance should be a matter for consenting adults in private. Leave children out of it.
I don't agree with the decision but I guess we don't know the full story and the judge had to rule one way or the other.
I would be furious if my ex tried to keep my children from our beliefs.
Thankfully Im lucky I am not in that situation.
People who are saying they would be upset that the child was Baptized well the mother has just as much right to be upset that the child isnt.
Everyone's beliefs are different. It's just sad that these things end up in court.
yep at my old church, the kids were told to tithe their pocket money.
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