Public schools have no business teaching doctrinal beliefs about ANY religion. Courses in comparative religion in the context of history are a different matter, and even here care must be taken by the teacher not to express partiality toward or against any one religious system. Further, the instructor must be sufficiently well-informed to teach such a course. But the kind of teaching which involves specific religious beliefs and practices should be reserved for private religious schools, houses of worship, pastors, and parents. Just as with regard to politics and sex, we should strive to keep the teaching of religion in public schools outside of the classroom.