Fertile imaginations

25th February 2000 at 00:00
SO, the churches say schools must teach "sexuality as a gift from God". First, why doesn't God let at least 10 per cent of the population unwrap their present? Second, how on earth do such traditional Christians square this with Genesis, where sexualit is implied as part of punishment for sin, not as part of God's intention for human conscious control?

Sentimental metaphors confuse children, including the minority who are religious.

Robert Ashby. 87c Wellesley Road. Ilford Essex


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