Your religious views matter, and don’t let anyone ever tell you differently. This goes for evangelicals and agnostics, and everyone in between. A lawyer might argue it’s a First Amendment right, but it’s also a courtesy we should all embrace. Even, or especially, when we don’t agree. I mention this because of a story I read over the weekend. The Orlando Sentinel pointed out that many of the state’s private schools are using textbooks from a handful of Christian publishing companies that have, shall we say, alternative viewpoints of accepted scientific and historical data.