Opinions from anglican priestsSee all occupations
Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury
agrees State-funded faith schoolsWe live in a country where an overarching story, which is the framework for explaining life, has more or less disappeared. We have a world of unguided and competing narratives, where the only common factor is the inviolability of personal choice, which means that for schools that are not of a religious character, confidence in any personal sense of ultimate values has diminished. Utilitarianism ru... See More
Rowan Williams, Former Archbishop of Canterbury
agrees State-funded faith schoolsThe often-forgotten fact that church schools are the main educational presence in some of our most deprived communities means that it simply can't be said that these schools somehow have a policy of sanitising or segregating.
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