Monlux supports the teachings of religions in school. He supports allowing the teaching of Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Sikhism, Shinto, Taoism & Zoroastrianism. In addition he encourages the teachings of Greek/Roman Mythology, Norse Mythology and Egyptian mythology. He also supports teaching the religions of the Maya, Aztec and Inca while at the same time promotes teaching and encourages learning in Native American tribal traditions/customs and religions.
Monlux supports copies of all religious text in multiple versions both abridged and unabridged in every school be available to students in both the school language of instruction and the original language the text was written in while encouraging both classroom lessons and self study of each.
Today's World is going global combined with fast transport and instant communication while most countries have a diverse population. It is no longer a question of if you will encounter people of different faiths, but when. Between diets of no pork in Judaism/Islam, no Caffeine in Mormonism (Latter Day Saints), some faiths outlawing drinking/dancing, polytheism v monotheism, atheist, mystics, meditation and "drugs" as sincerely held religious substances, it is now more important than ever to understand people of different faiths/backgrounds. Living in denial of la la land is no longer a valid option. If we are to live in peace, deescalate conflict and move toward a brighter future, we must study and understand faiths. Censorship is not the answer and if your faith is so weak that hearing of other religions ruins it, then you your faith was weak or of convenience to begin with where you really didn't believe and were only a going through the motions participation person to begin with. Strong minds and strong people of faith welcome civil discourse, while weak minds attempt censorship and cover ups to prevent change, truth and what they don't like.
Background Photo: Personal photo of a Church alter that David Monlux took of an alter in the Andes Mountain of Peru.