Who says we're talking about Christians? Many Jews believe in god too.(Note I'm not saying how many...)<quoted text>
If she is telling me she sees a pink elephant, then she is NOT acting normally. So I would ding her on basis of her behavior. If she told me that God talks to her and tells her what to to do, I would not hire her (I might think that personally that this is an interesting lifestyle, but not for my kids). If she said she sees God in everything she does, then I might hire her (but keep an eye on her). That's relatively normal.
I am not sure where you are coming from. But its also a question of what type of values one wants to expose to their children. I dont value the pink elephant religion. I might value other forms of religion though. I have nothing against Christianity, or Christian nannys, provided it is kept within acceptable bounds.
So you won't answer my pink elephant question without changing it to her acting abnormal.....moving right along.....
So it's ok if god talks to your future nanny but not if he gives her advice or guidance?
Though I would think many people (of those who pray) pray for strength/guidance etc...
If she see god on her toast, that's evidently ok too. Ok.
My questions had to do more with mental health/stability than with the theology itself.
Just don't ask where we're going with this....not sure.