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Faith schools ordered to teach Christianity

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"Britain's religious traditions are mainly christian"; good lead for us to follow and declare what we are and what we were. France, Australia, and Russia have made it quite clear that they are christian countries. This approach we must borrow and follow from our erstwhile rulers.

Greg Hurst
Education Editor
Published at 12:01AM, November 8 2014

Children attending minority faith schools will be required to recognise that Britain’s religious traditions are mainly Christian in an attempt to encourage tolerance.
Respect for people with different religious beliefs will be a central theme in new GCSEs in religious studies, under subject criteria published yesterday by the Department for Education.
Although all GCSEs are being rewritten as part of the government’s exam reforms, the new content for the new content for religious studies courses was given greater urgency after the Trojan Horse affair, in which several schools in Birmingham were taken over by hardline islamists.

Faith schools ordered to teach Christianity | The Times
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