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Christianity can be 'incoherent'

The teaching of Christianity can be "incoherent" or "too stereotypical", an academic leading a project to improve lessons in English schools said. Lessons can lack "intellectual development", said Dr Nigel Fancourt of the University of Oxford. Almost two-thirds of adults questioned for the university agreed that pupils must know about Christianity to understand English history.

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