The Mail asks should we be worried about Britain's first atheist summer camp?
Well, ummm, no, not really - why should we be worried about it when most camps are already run by Church groups or the Christian Scouts/Guides?
Are we particularly worried about camps run by those with a specific religious agenda attempting to place their ideas about God and what-not on our kids?
Not really...so why should I be any more worried about one that doesn't preach any religious dogma?
Even if a case is made that they do promote an agenda, how is it any different from what Christian (or other faith) camps do?
As far as I'm concerned this is just a feeble defence from the Christian-minded who think their religion should be the only viewpoint allowed
In fact it's such a weak jibe that I don't even need to rant about it, which is a shame really because I need a good rant...