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> Are we allowed to teach Hinduism and Buddhism in the public schools? I
> thought we had to censor religion.
I think you're asking: Are we allowed to teach the _art_ associated with
those religions? As in Christianity, there is so much you must know
about a religion in order to understand the art. I don't think there's
a need to call it "Hindu art" or "Buddhist art." You are simply
teaching the art of other countries, which are often associated with the
Rather than study one particular country, which may look to certain
parents like you're indoctrinating their kids, why not concentrate on
universal themes like "war," or "childhood," or "animals," and then show
how a variety of cultures have dealt with the issue?
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