#3 | POSTED BY ANDREAMACKRIS
Dunno, depends on the questions they asked the kids I guess.
It's hard for a kid in that kind of environment not to mix up reality and fantasy when parents and teachers tell you about a talking snake, bush, and donkey, that Jesus definately died, but came back to life 3 days later, 5000 animals fit on a small boat, there was a worldwide flood that killed everyone but those on that boat, Jesus walked on water, Moses parted the Red Sea, people living 700+ years, and now, in the new and improved logic, dinosaurs...etc.
Most kids don't understand the difference between literal and allegorical interpretation, especially when a parent or adult speaks with authority on the subject.
So yeah I can see, depending on the questions asked, that a kid raised and taught in that environment can have problems distinguishing between reality and fantasy.