Those that are raised from birth being taught that religion is an absolute right, and cannot be questioned in any way will seek answers and morals from their religion, as opposed to themselves. Naturally, fathers want the best for their family, and would spread the “correct” religious ideal to them, so that may look good in the eyes of their beliefs, and so they may pass them down as well. Those in the family however, who do not fall into their ideals, or get discriminated against by those ideals cause them to develop self-loathing, and emotionally drift away from the family. The father, concerned about his child would confront them about their behavior, wanting him to be happy, and wanting to help. However, when the child’s “blasphemy” is revealed the father would see it as something that need to be “fixed,” and not a belief, or characteristic of their child. The nature of the programs and methods used to fix the child are abusive, meant to force the child to conform to the proper criteria, and the father would force his child to attend them in order to “save themselves” from whatever negative repercussions the religion might bestow on them. The abuse and lack of understand and acceptance creates loathing for their father, and his religion; the child would leave to escape the abuse, and cut all ties with their father and family to escape any more mistreatment from them.
Those raised from birth learning that religion is an absolute right will seek answers from their religion instead of themselves, for who can possibly be more correct than God? The morals and ideals that normally develop individually as they grow get suppressed and replaced by those that the religion teaches. Now in most cases, this would not be a bad development, however within many religions there are some that are toxic that get forced upon those that follow. Some preach ignorance and intolerance, and these “ideals” seep into the followers, and many would find themselves with those beliefs too, subconsciously preaching such hate themselves to those around them. Take for example Paul, who was raised as a devote Christian. Paul is a father of one, and was raised to believe that homosexuality is a sin, and those who practiced