In this essay, I outline the complexities of the contemporary South
African society and point out why the so called Christian majority’s
call for a single faith approach to teaching religion in schools will not
make a great deal of sense within the context of the Bill of Rights of
the South African constitution. Besides, the issue of religion education
in South Africa is not only a human rights issue but also a moral issue.
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