11th September 2010

“The greatest blunder after partition was to allow Catholic and Protestant schools to survive.”

David Trimble

3 Responses to “11th September 2010”

  1. The Heretic Says:

    Exactly correct. Tolerance isn’t always the best approach.

  2. The Follower of Christ Says:

    The Heretic is right, tolerance isn’t always the best approach, but why are Christian schools so bad?

  3. Wat Duino Says:

    Christian schools are “bad” for the same reason all religious schools are “bad”: they indoctrinate children with dogma specific to their own beliefs. “Let children learn about different faiths, different religions. Let them notice their incompatibility and draw their own conclusions about the consequences of that incompatibility. As for whether any of them are “valid”, let them make up their own minds when they are old enough to do so”. (Richard Dawkins) How many religious schools apply this approach?