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David Hines: "What we are objecting to is religious instruction"

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Thursday, 19 July 2018, 2:29p.m.

The battle to provide broader religious education in our schools is heading to the High Court.

The case has been transferred from the Human Rights Tribunal - after delays meant it wouldn't be heard for up to five years.

Secular Education Network spokesperson David Hines says they're fighting against what they believe is a Christian bias to current religious education.

He says only providing Christianity studies is impacting our children's knowledge.

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