24th February 2012

“We object to faith schools, for instance, because sex education based on religious beliefs is not in the best health interests of children.”

Julian Bennett

9 Responses to “24th February 2012”

  1. JOHN Says:

    Everyone knows that the easter bunny lays eggs and that Dino had a saddle. How else did Pebble ride off into the sunset with John Wayne?

  2. Xhim Says:

    Is sex ed the only objection?

  3. archaeopteryx Says:

    I object to faith schools because education is better than indoctrination.

  4. The Heretic Says:

    If families feel that they are facing a different type of indoctrination at public schools, they will flock to private faith-based schools. That is why they are regaining popularity.

  5. Sinjin Smythe Says:

    I object to faith schools, for instance, because philosophy education based on religious beliefs is not in the best health interests of humans.

  6. Sinjin Smythe Says:

    I also object to faith schools, for instance, because any education based on a supernatural belief system is not in the best interests of rational people.

  7. Sinjin Smythe Says:

    Another reason I object to faith schools, for instance, is because Zeus, Apollo, Jesus, Mitra education is all myth, it has no foundation, no substance. It is like believing in fairy tales and that is really stupid.

  8. Jeff Says:

    I can’t object to them – I sent my son to one for his high school education. Best option available for the dollars I could spend on his education, and still be able to send him to college. Results were good, despite their attempts at indoctrination.

  9. The Heretic Says:

    Don’t get tripped up by the one thing. See the forest for the trees. They give better educations. Public schools are failing.