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Easter: the twisted tale that brings hope

15 April 2017

10:40 AM

15 April 2017

10:40 AM

A few years ago, a short-lived burst of hand-wringing (and not a little mirth) met the announcement that a survey conducted at a UK shopping centre indicated that 20 per cent of children think Jesus Christ plays football for Chelsea.

Privately, I have my doubts about the methodological robustness of that survey.

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