Yes. The state has no business promoting one religion over any other. Keep your religion at home and church/temple/mosque where it belongs.
At a school non-religious/other religions kids can't just ignore and walk away and ignore the dominant religion for fear of being seen as outcasts or satanic (which btw is also a recognised religion).
No no no no!!! That was done in the USA and as a result, many shootings happened in schools. Jesus brings peace, love and unity to all. Take Jesus out of the public schools and yourself you'll see everything that's bad.
Yes they should be done away with. The church has no business interfering in matters of education. With probably the only exception being specifically christian schools, paid for by them and them alone, not a cent of taxpayers' money.
Some christian teachers try and discredit and substitute evolution with creationism or intelligent design in science classes.
World religious studies should be a subject on its own and every religion needs equal representation in that class.
Yes . Religion can be taught at home, at the place of worship or at a private school that specifically affiliates itself with that religious path. It's unfair on those who do not follow the said religious path to have it forced on them.
Ancient crap full of corruption, homophobia, bestiality,incest,cruelty and slavery often read to kids on Sundays.How can such monumental ignorance continue in the 21st centuryWith all sincerity fck all religions
It was done away in 2004 already. I did religion up until grade 6, they old testament I learnt and I turned out a God fearing person. Now they introduced another religion called evolution.
No not at all.But if the same teacher is entrusted with the Science curriculum then there is something not right. It should be kept but only taught about in the "Religion or Bible class".That way pearents can give permission if they want their kids to attend this classes.Religion is understood differently by each person. Sometimes it will border on somesort of "stupid" blind pursuit of trying to impose your will on others. However , religion cannot be read without science.There is nothing wrong with having hope and faith in something ,aslong as it is not forced on anybody.Religion should be kept in the "Bible " class only, at school. That way you have choice to study it or not.
I hesitate to say yes but yes ... I wouldn't want to be forced to learn about just one religion that isn't mine. If there is a need, add it in as an actual subject that kids can choose to take ... or have a multi religious course that teaches aspects of every religion (maybe then people will understand each other?)