I LOVE Secular Parents post:http://secularparenting.wordpress.com/
Here's why - usually, when people talk about god - they become a little fanatic and crazy - whether they are believers or atheists. Many people seem compelled to force others to agree with them about religion. I guess it's all about conversion. The religious fanatics want to convert others to "save them" and prove their own superiority. Many atheists want to convert others to affirm their own belief systems, and they often do this through ridiculing faith.
Personally, I do not believe in god - at least, I am pretty sure I don't. Not in the way s/he is typically conceptualized. I believe that there are things in the universe of which I cannot conceive & therefore, something like god could exist. I just happen to doubt it. However, I was raised Catholic, and I am from a loving Catholic family: no one judges, everyone is tolerant. I learned life's lessons through parables & other stories. Religion-in-moderation helped shape me for the better, I think.
While I do not plan to raise my children (if I have any) in a religion, I do want to use stories from different world religions to teach morals & give my child(ren) multiple perspectives. I think religion, like everything else, can be good in moderation. I applaud the writer of Secular Parent for her understanding, and for the way she is teaching her girls tolerance of the perspectives & differing beliefs that they will encounter in life.