Should we keep God in school assemblies?

4 November 2019

Under current law, all state schools in England and Wales must provide a ‘collective act of worship’ of a ‘broadly Christian character’.

However, secularist group Humanists UK is challenging this law, suggesting that ‘faiths’ do not belong in schools. Christian Concern’s Tim Dieppe speaks to BBC Radio Kent, explaining that Christianity has provided us with a moral framework; when we take the moral law-giver out of the equation, the whole framework collapses.

Listen to the full interview.

4 November 2019
BBC Radio Kent

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