It was your statement that I should teach my son theism and "Sunday school" that brought forward that comment.<quoted text>
Not directly, but this sentence implies it.
"Tell me, did you teach your children to be worshipers of Quetzalcoatl, then show them that there are alternatives at a later point? "
my comment merely highlighted that your theism blinds you to the many other *brands* of theism out there, and that by you simply specifying "Sunday school", shows your inability to discuss this subject in an impartial way.
When you think of atheism, you think it applies to only your specific theistic belief.
You are wrong to assume that stance, and criticize me for not teaching only Abrahamic Christianity to my son, as the only option between theism and atheism.
As I've said before, if I were to teach my son a theistic belief, or choose to have a theistic belief myself, it wouldn't be the Abrahamic beliefs, there are many other deity beliefs that are better than Christianity I would choose first.
But, it would only be a belief based in the desire to do so, which I do not desire to do, since there is no proof of a deity.
It'd be like deciding to take up a belief that elves bake cookies in trees.