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My wife and I come from two different cultural and religious backgrounds. Prior to getting married neither one of us identified with any organized religion, but we did share a very similar agnostic view.
As a result, prior to having children we both felt very strongly about allowing our children to make up their own minds about religion.
We have always been very open with our children about our views and have an open door policy for questions. When questions do arise, we typically approach answering in a very academic fashion and have always offered to take them to church/temple or what have you if they wanted to experience things first hand.
With that being said, my older daughter (11) has lately been interested in my practice. I have tried to answer very simply so far.
So now I am torn, as I would like to offer her an unbiased view as we have done in the past and allow her to make up her own mind. I feel that might not be possible for me at this stage.
Anyone have any suggestions or possible resources for approaching the subject with my daughter? How have you approached this with your own children?