Wednesday, April 20, 2011

The Governments Chaplaincy Programme. Fundamentally Flawed.


So agree with this from Scott Stephens.

I have serious doubts about the theological and ethical legitimacy of any National School Chaplaincy Program.

I should clarify that I am not opposed to chaplains per se.

But under the current arrangement, because of the top-down provision of government funds, the mediation of state-level providers and the lack of training the relationship between the chaplain and the school is marred from the outset.

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