The time will surely come for Kate Forbes

May 5, 2024 by

by Dr Tom Goodfellow, TCW: IN March 2023 I wrote an article for TCW on whether Kate Forbes could survive in the snakepit of Scottish SNP politics. I outlined the fact that Scottish culture had been shaped by its Christian reformation in...

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Forbes should not be made to feel ashamed for Christianity’s moral legacy

May 4, 2024 by

by Georgia L Gilholy, Conservative Home: Mockery of Christianity, England’s supposed national faith, long ago became a political rite of passage. Despite the more marked religiosity of our Scottish cousins, and their propensity to scorn...

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Toolkit to advance the teaching of religion and worldviews in schools

May 3, 2024 by

from Religion Media Centre: The Religious Education Council has launched a “toolkit” to help people writing RE curriculums develop a Religion and Worldviews approach. The handbook has been produced after a three year project analysing the...

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Many RE lessons simplistic and ill-informed, Ofsted report declares

Apr 19, 2024 by

by Francis Martin, Church Times: Non-religious worldviews are not neutral, teachers are told. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (RE) in English schools often fails to prepare students to “live in a complex world”, a new report from Ofsted says. The...

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Religious Education “continuing to wilt” with no coherent national plan

Apr 18, 2024 by

from Religion Media Centre: An Ofsted report on Religious Education has criticised the structure underpinning its delivery, with no coherent national plan and multiple local curriculums. The report, “Deep and meaningful? The religious...

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Sorry, but Christianity must be more than just cultural

Apr 14, 2024 by

by Peter Harris, TCW: IN 2007, the four men who came to be recognised as the leaders of New Atheism – Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris and Christopher Hitchens – met at Hitchens’s apartment in Washington DC to affirm their...

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