Okay, because I’m chock full of ’em, here’s another conundrum for you guys to fight each other to the death over:
If two people get married and have children, but both parents have different religious beliefs, how do you think they should go about introducing their children to religion?
This could work with any combinations of religions: Christianity/Judaism, Atheism/Christianity, Shinto/Bhuddism, whatever.
My point is, won’t these children grow up constantly being taught that one of their parents is wrong if they attend services for their particular religion? And isn’t that going to cause some tension? Plus, how do the parents agree on what religion to bring the child up as?
You could say: “introduce the child to both, and let them decide,” but at the age of five or six or even ten, the child really isn’t capable of making an informed decision about something like that. (or at any age when they can still believe in Santa).