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Sjoerd Westenborg's Avatar Jump to comment 6 by Sjoerd Westenborg

Hmm.. it's a thin line to walk for the school, allowing groups of other abrahamic religions, but not atheists. If it was just a public school singling out atheists it would be a clear-cut case. But Catholic School or not, allowing atheists a platform in their school would not only benefit closeted atheists. It would also open up internal dialogue, hopefully leading to better understanding by all parties concerned.

Am I being too optimistic/idealistic here?

Sun, 06 Nov 2011 02:38:01 UTC | #887761