Anglican headteacher surrenders to parental unbelief

Politico-religious blogger Adrian Hilton’s latest covers news about the headteacher who prefers giving in to demands from parents, doubtless atheist, rather than standing up for Christ and the teaching of His disciples!  Apostasy in action!

In Church of England school headteacher brands Crossteach educational charity ‘extremist’ Cranmer examines and comments upon events:

‘..a group of parents at St John’s Church of England Primary School weren’t happy with Christians coming in and talking about sin and Jesus and judgment and men and women getting married – you know, some of that basic Christian stuff which (headteacher) Dan Turvey says is at the heart of all they do because their Christian ethos is very strong. These parents objected to such “extremist beliefs”, and say Crossteach had been “upsetting children with a fundamentalist approach”.

Headteacher Dan Turvey capitulates in writing to parents,

“After careful consideration I have decided that we will end our regular commitment to CrossTeach and that they will no longer lead assemblies or take lessons, I have taken this action as I hope to bring an end this campaign and allow us to move on.”

Read Cranmer’s full, short article via the above link and, if you wish, share your opinion by joining its appended discussion.

ALSO note Cranmer’s clarifying rebuttal at foot of his discussion thread as in next post.

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