What do you think about parenting? Do you think a parent should “impose” his or her values on his children, or let them explore and “decide for themselves” what religion—if any—they might prefer? These questions seem to bear heavily upon the minds of many. I have counseled with [against?] parents who held this attitude. It seems that our free will tolerance mentality has infected even family life. Recently, John Edwards, candidate for president, said in an interview that he would want his second grader to be exposed to homosexuality in the classroom literature. Indeed, Edwards said, “Even in second grade … I don’t want to impose my view. Nobody made me God. I don’t get to impose on them what I believe is right.” Is it true that parents are playing God and imposing on their children when they train them in morality? What about public schools and public morality?