BBC News posted this wonderfully neutral report about a Summer camp for parents who would prefer that their children not be fed religious propaganda.
It’s hard to imagine something like this on US news. If a story like this was on Fox News, they’d probably make it out like only “bad parents” would send their kids to a camp like this and turn it into some form of child abuse.
For the “centrepiece” of its scientific approach to religion the camp asks its participants to search for two invisible unicorns.
The unicorns cannot be seen or heard, tasted, smelt or touched, they cannot escape from the camp and they eat nothing.
The only proof of their existence is contained in an ancient book handed down over “countless generations.”
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