Scottish School Bans Christian Book After Humanist Complaint

Scotland Credit Eric Gaba(The Christian Institute) A Scripture Union book designed to help with the move to secondary school has been banned at a Scottish school after humanists complained it could “distress” pupils.

Robert Douglas Memorial School in Scone, Perthshire, decided to stop handing out the book to primary school leavers after a complaint from one humanist parent.

The move was described as “petty” by David Robertson, the incoming Moderator of the Free Church of Scotland.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Scotland needs Jesus to get saved, not this. Humans are not animals; children need to read the Christian books to have a chance to know the life-saving Gospel and have the godly meaningful life. Humanism and secularism only corrupt children into amorality and immorality and abysmal meaninglessness. It’s ironic that regarding man as the standard of everything degrades mankind in every way and make people behave like animals.

  • Dr. Dee Tee

    please stop appeasing unbelievers

  • MC

    “after humanists complained it could “distress” pupils.”

    Distress? HAHAHA! The world is teaching kids to be sissies!