The facts show that only 33 per cent of the world is Christian, and in NSW [New South Wales] a quarter of children choose not to attend lessons on theological scripture. I think it is possible to be non-religious and a good person.
By all means, Mr Nile, you go out and be as Christian as you want; I respect that entirely. But that does not give you and your supporters the right to attempt to shape a future generation of adults in your mould – that is a religious conservative.
Your views are out of step with modern society[.]
Charlie Fine (11 years old), Sydney Morning Herald