Presenting the antithesis
J-Walk quoted from a Christian thesis. As is the goal of this blog, I now provide the antithesis (correcting the original poster's terrible grammar) :
Child: "Mommy, where did we come from ?"
Mother: "Why, we come from dirt, son. We were made from dirt by a being we cannot know for reasons that make no sense. But you have to obey the religion of that being or you're going to be tortured forever."
Child: "... oookay... so I'm the result of dirt ?"
*Ten days later, at school, Timmy shoots 5 people and then shoots himself in the head*
Mother: "ON MY LORD ALMIGHTY, WHAT WOULD CAUSE MY CHILD TO DO SUCH A THING! *cry*"
*Timmy wasn't aware that there were consequences for doing evil deeds, because he was told that only faith mattered, and since he thought he came from dirt, whether or not he lived or died didn't matter. He was going to die anyway and be tortured forever. Because of the suppression of truth, his mother would not suffer the loss of her beloved child and would not feel guilty, because she believed that she did the right thing by raising him Christian.
I think my version is a lot better.