Christian matter creates outrage

13th July 2012 at 01:00

The International Certificate of Christian Education has been rubber- stamped by a Westminster government agency, even though it is based on a curriculum that says the Bible is the "final authority" on scientific matters. The move has outraged secular campaigners, while schools that follow the curriculum says it is "academically very sound".

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