This should be interesting. I just posted this Twitter survey. It seems to me that if you believe that the failure to be a Christian ensures eternal separation from God and the concomitant deprivation of the unimaginable goods of the new heavens and new earth, then in principle you would have excellent grounds to indoctrinate in order to ensure that outcome.
To be sure, in the real world indoctrination offers no such guarantee. And thus, in the actual world, Christian exclusivists are not obliged to indoctrinate. But the principle remains, nonetheless: given that specific Christian exclusivist soteriology and the guarantee of the desired outcome, indoctrination would be the obligation of any loving parent.
Christian parents, if you could choose between (i) indoctrinating your children and thereby ensuring that they hold your Christian beliefs or (ii) educating your children and thereby making it only 75% likely that they would hold your Christian beliefs … which would you choose?
— Tentative Apologist (@RandalRauser) November 29, 2019