Flaw in Church’s attitude to education noted

The Church hasn’t valued higher education in the way it should have, says a prominent New Zealand artist and academic.

In an address given at the Good Shepherd College graduation in Ponsonby on June 5, Lady Mary Barker said that, as a body, the Church has generally been suspicious of new thought and ideas.

It has also been suspicious of allowing people to think for themselves, especially lay people, she said. Continue reading

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