Is it philosophically defensible, or morally right, to inculcate your child to

Is it philosophically defensible, or morally right, to inculcate your child to

Is it philosophically defensible, or morally right, to inculcate your child to an organized religion when you yourself do not firmly believe in it? Along the same line, is there anything wrong about avoiding religious topics with your child with the intent that the child will choose her own set of beliefs when she becomes more mature?

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