There is a new article at The Huffington Post by Deshna Ubeda on progressive Christianity and the education of children. I know from my own experience that it can be a struggle to find resources that will help children learn to appreciate a religious tradition, but not uncritically, and to be open to expecting to find truth in others’ viewpoints and perspectives.
I have spoken with people of a number of different religions, and no religion at all, who wrestle with this same issue or one very similar to it, namely how to teach values and pass on traditions to children without inculcating dogmatism in them.
What resources have you found useful? What challenges of this sort have you faced, and how did you tackle them?