The teaching of Christianity can be “incoherent” or “too stereotypical”, an academic leading a project to improve lessons in English schools has said.
Lessons can lack “intellectual development”, said Dr Nigel Fancourt of Oxford University.
His comments follow a poll finding widespread support in England for teaching about Christianity in schools.
Richy Thompson of the British Humanist Association said schools should also reflect non-religious world views.
Almost two-thirds (64%) of adults questioned for Oxford University agreed pupils must know about Christianity to understand English history.Continue Reading on www.bbc.co.uk