I think we all know what the (religious) neutrality theory is. It's that stance that all teachers must take in public schools. That idea that "oh, well God may exist, He may not... but we're going to teach without talking about God, because we are being religiously neutral". Well, take a look at some math. Let there be a premise, P, which ALWAYS implies something else, Q. keep in mind, ~ means NOT. So, if P then Q. Therefore, if ~Q then ~P... ALWAYS. Well, according to Christians, God (as the Bible teaches) had a very fundamental role in structuring the universe. Therefore, He is important to every subject. The Bible also teaches that everything bears testimony to Him, further support for His importance in every subject. So, if you say that ~(God is important in every subject) then you are saying ~(God is the Creator). How is that neutral? Plus, the neutrality theory raises, above God, an ethical standard that justifies ignoring His Presence. How is that neutral?