I HAVE read with interest recent correspondence concerning secularism in your columns. Secularism is, obviously, an ideology. Is there not an inconsistency in the opinions of those who, in the interests of a level playing field, insist that this ideology be imposed on Scottish society? Is not that level playing field better served by secularist chaplains taking their place in public forums, alongside representatives of other traditions, religious and otherwise?
Revd Canon Dr Michael Fuller
Grosvenor Crescent, Edinburgh