The first sentence is egregiously flawed. There’s no reason to assume that schools are the place to teach morality, for one (rather than homes, or even churches), and second, even if they are, that religious instruction rather than religious education is necessary to do so. (I’m ignoring, for the sake of keeping this brief, any discussion regarding how religion might not only be unnecessary, but even counterproductive, to teaching morality.)
What the applicants are trying to achieve is to destroy the moral glue that glues South Africans together. The question is whether that which the applicants are seeking is in line with what ordinary South Africans want. Looking at the statistics, this is clearly not the case,” Solidarity Chief Executive Dr Dirk Hermann said.