Believe it or not, God requires respect

1st January 2010 at 00:00

Ariane Sherine's entertaining piece asked: "What if you're expected to teach children things that simply contravene scientific evidence?" She concludes that even if one should steer clear of the traditional Christmas story for fear of failing her factuality test, "you can totally mention the beardy bloke in the sky". Ho hum!.

The Rt. Revd. Dr John Saxbee, Chair, Church of England Board of Education.

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