The human society cannot exist in isolation of the virtues of education nor could they exist without 'a Religion'. In an attempt to address these, the researcher has engaged into a survey of the methods being employed in the teaching of Religious Education as a subject. Findings from the study deduced that confessional approach to the teaching of Religious Education does not augur well in a multi-faith society. It infringes on the rights of the learners who may be coming from other cultural backgrounds. The learners from the Christian backgrounds as well need to learn about other religions as well as cultivate their sovereign religion. The study therefore recommends broader syllabus which covers more than one religion.