Letters: Religion in assembly is cross examined - Professor M Moore

14th August 2009 at 01:00

Original paper headline: Religion in assembly is cross examined

Sir, bravo! In these days of creeping fundamentalism, your words on collective worship's moral (in)validity came as a breath of fresh air. Indeed, one would expect a wider and more tolerant attitude from one of the country's highest religious authorities.

  • Professor M Moore, Warwick University.

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