you say "I now have more of a duty responsibilrty to care for all others because of our connection to god." does this mean that if you had no connection to god, you would not feel the same duty and responsibility to care for others?
If that is the case, then i will go back to my original part of my post where I say that parents should teach their child the ways of life based on the natural world around them and how best to use its resources and live in it. Each child should be taught how to respect their surroundings and their fellow man. If the parent wishes to tell their child about a religion, then fine, but that should not come before the teaching of our natural world and should not be used as a substitute to replace our natural instincts.
From what I have read about wars throughout history, the connection between god and caring has not worked. Many wars have been over religion.
I never imposed any religious doctrine or philosophy on my children, when they became older, they became interested and could research their own ideals and such, choosing their own paths free of guilt and fear.