Well my daughter isn't quite 2 years old yet so no religious discussions have taken place. Her experiences at the moment are just walks thru the park and neighborhood, feeling mom and dads love, etc...She is at an inhome daycare when I work at the moment. Next year I will likely put her in a Christian preschool. My sisters went there when they were younger and I like the place. I may not be Christian anymore but have nothing against her learning Bible stories especially at that young age when things are still fun and not pushy. It won't hurt her a bit to learn about Jonah and the Whale or to sing Jesus Loves Me. As she gets older I hope to find a non-religious private school like a Montessori or something of that nature to put her in. As children get older religious schools and churches can get pushy about you needing to believe in everything that they're telling you so I'd rather avoid that. I don't have a specific religion at the moment so my plan will just be to raise her to appreciate nature and the divine, to look after other people and animals as brothers and sisters, and so on. If she ever wants to go to church as she gets older I won't have a problem with it. We'll just see when we get to that point. I don't care if she wants to be Buddhist, Pagan, Christian, whatever...as long as she's happy.