There are times when working with people who are religious is the best way to go.
And there are times when sarcasm is so much more entertaining…
In Australia, public school chaplains don’t exist but “Christian volunteers” are permissible. It’s a loophole. Still, Darryl Robinson identified himself as a “school chaplain” and sent home this letter to a student’s father, David Thorne:
Thorne had a very amusing, snark-laden exchange with Robinson — it’s several emails long, but well worth the read. Good luck reading it without cracking up.
Sarcasm aside, Robinson deserved it. There’s no reason people like him should be advocating religious superstition for grade school children too young to be critical of it. This is pure proselytization and it’s a waste of time. No rational parent should stand for it.
(Thanks to Julie for the link!)