What does spanking children have to do with being atheist or not?
The Atheists say that the children should not be told of any religion and should be left on their own. I thought they might not spank their children and let them grow naturally. Is spanking necessary?
The point is a whether or not a person spanks their children has nothing to do with being an atheist.
It is a choice about parenting which is where this thread belongs not in religion.
It is a thing social. Is it desirable socially and philosophically?
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