My son is familiar with different types of Gods. Norse, Greek, Roman, and yes, the God of Hebrews. He was really impressed with the Norse Gods in particular and at one point in time he declared that he will base his "religion" on Norse mythology.
I just let him. I just let him explore "religion". And I find it amusing.
But one day someone scoffed at me: "What are you doing to him? That's really bad! You are confusing him, those are MYTHS"! This was coming from someone who sends his daughters to a school managed by nuns.
Okay, so to "avoid confusion", shall I subject my son to one particular religion? To "avoid confusion", shall I say there is only one God? To "avoid confusion" shall I tell him to stick to one bible? Ask yourselves, why is our religion based on our parents' religion? To be completely honest, at the end of the day I want my son to be spiritually grounded. I want him to see the enlightened path and to follow that path. He is already 13 and I haven't really given him a push towards that path. Because I want him to discover it on his own.
I grew up as a Roman Catholic. My bestfriend back then was a Muslim princess and I even thought she made that all up because I was in a box. A box that consisted of rigid rules, Heaven and Hell, demons and angels. Where Immaculate Conception and walking on water are not myths. I took the "bread" without fully understanding what it really meant. I sounded like a robot in church, repeating phrases that were empty to me. I was told I was going to "burn in hell" for doing "this and that".
I don't want my son, for the sake of "avoiding confusion", to go with the flow. I want him to swim as deep and as far as he could and I will let him be. I will let him hear all kinds of stories, know all kinds of beings. I will allow him to decide on his own. And I will support his decision.
I will let him be "confused" and I want him to figure it out on his own. Because ultimately, for me, the way one lives is more important than being "not confused".