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Christian groups sue Kansas schools


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I'm with Cru on this one. Why not teach both in schools? There's room enough in any curriculum for children to learn the different ways in which different people view the world. Keep science stuff for the science classes, and keep religious stuff for the religious classes.

One thing I would add to this is that religious classes shouldn't be about proselytising one particular religion, but about genuinely learning about all the different religions that are out there in the world. There's absolutely no place for fundamentalist preaching in schools, but a little learning about all the different faiths down through the ages? I don't see the problem with that.