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God: What Shall We Tell the Children?
The task of schools is twofold - to teach knowledge and to ease children into the ways of our society. The trouble is that we are in the throes of choosing just what our society is.
While many affirm that this country is still Christian, others say that we are the most non-religious country in the world. An increasing number, however, say that religion just will not go away, and speak excitedly of the dawn of a new multi-faith society, bringing - to quote the Archbishop of Canterbury - 'A vision of the brotherhood of all races rooted in the universal Fatherhood of God'. This week the Church of England Parliament debates this issue. Many of the bishops will be concerned that an increasing number of headmasters are deciding to ignore the intentions of the law which provide for a Christian assembly each morning, and are choosing to go their own way.
Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN Series producer JAMES MURRAY

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