My wife took a worlds religions course in college. However there is a difference in presenting the different religions to a college student and teaching the bible to young children.Oh no, that is a bit dramatic. They could just teach the history and stories from all kinds of religion. That is how it is done in college. It would not be taught as religion see and that way it would not offend anyone with different beliefs. In college, I took several relgion courses. We studied the history of christianity, catholic, prodastant, all kinds of denominations, ancient egyption religion, ancient greek mythology, and it was facinating. There is so much history to all of it. This would be the only way to get folks on board. The kids would simply be learning history. Then if you wanted your child to study your denomination in a more religious outlook, you could take them to sunday school or however your religion does that. The kid would already know some of the history and you could build on it. They will learn all this stuff in college anyway. The first paper I had to write in college was on ancient egyption religion. My goodness, that was a hard paper to write. They had a god for everything. lol I got an A though. But it was interesting and through all those courses I never once joined a cult. It helped me to better understand religion. Just a history class, nothing more.
The people pushing this have the agenda to teach the bible as fact and Christianity as the only true religion. They want to indoctrinate young minds with their idea's and beliefs.
If a class on worlds religions where to be properly taught in school there would be more children questioning the christian cult