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haha, pretty cute.
Might as well be watching parrots.
Asking children if they believe in something isn't really fair, since children not only tend to believe anything, but also change what they believe on a regular basis.
Aww, adorable :)
A bit striking that the two who said outright that they did not believe in a god, were portrayed as looking sad, with added effect of dulled and grey colors.
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Most of them most surely believes in Santa Claus too (or Tomten in Sweden). Most of them will grow out of it!
Should be mentioned that the clip is from SVT: Swedish national televion. It's something between NPR and ABC.
This video is no longer available, cos the account to which it was uploaded got suspended.Here's a link to the same video on my alternate channel:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSEIAqHtEZE
Since I was 4 I have believed in god, and am still a strong believer, and have not grown out of it, even with a VERY strongly versed atheist boarding with us (my family). And also if the child is taught both sides, then they can make their own decisions as to wether or not they are believers on not. To me it seems that the children do not know both sides of the argument, just look at "I don't believe as I have never seen god" boy, if he had been taught both sides he would understand that God is a spiritual being, therefore you cannot see him. It is similar to saying I don't believe in the wind as I can't see it... but you can feel it's presence, the same case applies to God.
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