i wouldn't call myself very religious. i have yet to see this documentary. look, i have my own problems with faith, and sometimes, very specifically, christianity. i think i've illustrated them often on this board. but from what is being described, this documentary is highlighting some extreme fringe elements of christianity, yet many people (ryan included, it seems) seem to think that these fringe wackies represent christianity. well, they don't. in my everyday life, i'm surrounded by christians who are very normal, well adjusted people. most of them grew up christian. they are nice people, most of them. i don't see the scars of emotional or physical abuse because they go to church on sunday. to equate teaching religion to your child as ABUSE is mind boggling. and i say that as a parent who plans on playing a very secular role in my child's faith journey.