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Pupils not allowed on Welsh bus without proof of believing in Jesus: no Muslims, Jews and Jedis allowed

by | 11th, March 2013

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RELIGION isn’t inherently bad. It is, however, filled with bad representatives and too much middle management. If you’ve read the Bible, you’ll see that Jesus thought the same. Alas, no Christian is ever going to listen to everything he says in a bid to interpret his words in the way that best suits them.

Such a shame.

Either way, there’ll be more hubbub around Christianity after a schools in Wales brought in a frankly preposterous rule which states that pupils will now have to show a baptism certificate if they want free school transport.

This ruling will require students to provide a letter from a priest or another form of “suitable evidence of adherence to the faith of the school”.

And this isn’t one crackpot school. 12 places of learning will be falling under this ruling and, of course, there are people who are rather unhappy about what’s happening in Flintshire, North Wales. Local parents and Roman

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