The long practice of the church is to reserve our meetings together for mutual encouragement, prayer, contemplating the presence of the Spirit of God (even including contemplation by singing, prayer, discussion, learning, participating in communion) and the community life of the congregation.
We do not turn up to listen to songs extolling animism or convey historical deceits and revisionism.
Thus at a friend's church we were assailed by a 'rap' song by an Australian Aboriginal band. Nothing against the ethnicity of the band; nor in fact its music...I found it tolerable. But its 'spirit of the land' paean was not on.
We don't introduce into our Christian gathering the pagan, let alone the work of demons.
Where would it end? Invite some Devil worshippers in to tell us all about it? Opps. That's just what we did do!
Educating ourselves about the beliefs and lives of others is fine in a training or educational session. It is not suitable for a gathering for corporate worship and turns it into a travesty.