Are we “cramming religion down our children’s throats”? by Karl Giberson
Parents put lots of things down the throats of their children — religion, language, vegetables, ice cream, bacon, tofu, ideas of race, politics, gender and economics. This complex mix is occasionally toxic. But in the complex mixture that produces good citizens, there is no reason to single out religion as problematic. I am quite content to turn the future over to my students.