No, you are happy to have government entanglement with religion.<quoted text>
Buck, I'll state my view, but won't belabor it: Religion has no place in our public schools. English, history, math, science, physical education, woodshop, yes. Religion, no. I don't consider creationism to be science and it doesn't fit into any of the other categories. I don't consider Intelligent Design to be science and it doesn't fit into any of the other categories--it's religion, thinly masked.
"Neutrality," whatever you may mean by the term, has nothing to do with it for me. My view is that there should be no government entanglement with religion, and to permit religion to be taught in the public schools is indeed entanglement.
I'm all in favor of what you propose, but only in private schools. The government should not interfere with the teaching of religion in private schools.
You simply have a different choice of religion.
And, from the indications, you don't know what religion is.
Also, people don't have to give you what you want. Do you always get what you want?