I've been expressing myself about some of my doubts about God being an active creature in our life and my doubts about Christ being the son of God. I didn't know the young grandkids were listening sometimes when I was talking to the adults. My daughter was telling my wife that her 10 year old son was crying to her because he was afraid of dying since God and Christ wasn't real. Evidently her heard me discussing God with my sister-in-law one night while he was down at my house. She is somewhat fanatical about religion and I enjoy debating with her.
I don't want to influence their religious life, I think it's their parents who should guide them until they are able to make up their own minds. I guess he thinks I know more than his parents or he can see through some of the religious BS himself.
What should I do, tell him I really don't know anything but was just expressing an opinion and am probably as wrong as anyone else about God? My kids are a little upset with me right now. I haven't discussed religion with them or tried to destroy their faith, I think it is a personal choice.
I will be more careful about my remarks about religion when they can hear me and not discuss it so much with my sister-in-law. I sure don't want to become an anti-religious fanatic and make myself a copy of their sort.