And Im sure you would listen to anything they had to say that might make sense. Your way is the right way and even your kids wouldnt have a say. You would then force your unbelief on them and that would be ok.
I think you forget with whom you are discussing.
I used to be a christian.
Used to be on fire, witnessing, the works.
I know the drill, I know the rhetoric. I know the bible. Much more than the average Christian. We are assuming my kids would decide to go that route rather than say, Buddhism or "other".
It matters not.
I would indeed listen to whatever they learned.
And I would present counterpoint of what I have learned not only from that side, but from the side of the secular humanist.
And let me repeat myself for the amazingly obtuse....
If they choose to be religious, so be it.
The reverse, the christian deciding to be an atheist, can expect "hell to pay" for the decision from those that "tried to raise 'em right".
Trust me, I know.
So as I said before, it is a beautiful example of the difference between atheist attitude vs. that of the christian. We really don't care what you believe, just quit pushing your faith on other people, including your kids.
I'm not a know it all. But you guys know. Cuz god told you so.