Christianity in schools: why we're losing our religion
When headmistress Julia Robinson introduced multi-faith assemblies at her Sheffield primary school it seemed like an obvious recipe for classroom harmony. With more than 200 children on her roll, 35 of whom are Muslim, it appeared pointless to have two separate gatherings â€“ a situation she had inherited when she was appointed as head of Meersbrook Bank Community Primary School.
Although the majority of its pupils are white Christians, and one fifth of the pupils come from ethnic minorities, it seemed altogether more inclusive to amalgamate morning prayers.
The cases have highlighted what many believe is the high cost our Christian heritage is paying simply to survive. The growing persecution of Christians in public life has so angered senior clerics that they have found it imperative to speak out about the growing marginalisation of Christianity in Britain. Dr John Sentamu, the Archbishop of...
I feel Christianity is a religion when you look at the big picture. You have Muslims, Jews, Christians. It's a religion. And my point is it has no place in the educational system. I prayed of and on all day while i attended school as i do now. I'm not allowed to preach from my desk at work. So I practised my religion at school as i do now. Especially before a big test.
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Barry from Ky. wrote: I think this is why we should keep all religion out of school. If you want to teach your child about religon, it should be you or the church do it. I don't feel that the educational system, especially in the u.s., is equipped with the proper tools to delve into such an improtant topic. That's also why I'm glad I don't live in a theocracy. There is so much dis-union between Christians alone, you wouldn't know which version to teach or adhere to or whom to represent.
If Christianity were a religion, maybe we could keep it out of the schools.
I think this is why we should keep all religion out of school. If you want to teach your child about religon, it should be you or the church do it. I don't feel that the educational system, especially in the u.s., is equipped with the proper tools to delve into such an improtant topic. That's also why I'm glad I don't live in a theocracy. There is so much dis-union between Christians alone, you wouldn't know which version to teach or adhere to or whom to represent.
"A handful of Muslim parents began to agitate against the joint assemblies, lobbying other, more liberal parents to join the protest"
NOW who is the RACIST???
The Satanic notion of "multifaith" is destroying our schools and our institutions. Again we see the evil disease of liberalism devastating our nations and our kids future. The politicians we vote for together with the bureaucrats who run society and its institutions are infuriatingly blind to the insidious destruction of our nation. Don't they realise that these corrupt religious philosophies come from nations who are uncivilised, anarchic and so badly organised that mayhem is there daily routine. I can only surmise from observing the PC legislation and government of Britain that these bureaucrats are stone cold dead between their ears.
The prophetic words of Romans chapter one v18 to end is unfolding in Britain today.
18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;