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Voice of Scotland: Faith lessons.

Byline: Julie Mesarowicz

READER D. Black says that schools should teach a bit about all religions. In fact, this already happens in both denominational and nondenominational schools.

Perhaps the comment referred to differing practices within the Christian church, for example?

If you were to walk into a Scottish school, you would find recognition and celebra-tion of the main world faiths. Schools provide information and encourage acceptance of others.

This must be reinforced in the widercommunity if prejudices are to be challenged. Julie Mesarowicz, Kirkintilloch, nr Glasgow.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Dec 3, 2003
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