If ever there was an argument against establishing a written constitution for Europe this is it. Once you have a written constitution it is interpreted endlessly by opposing factions until they leave behind the original intentions of those who framed the constitution and make a nonsense of any attempt to make sensible and reasoned decisions.
Much better to allow precedent make our laws and define our rights as they do now in the UK. That way our constitution is respected but not carved in stone and given the same status as Holy Writ.
If Christians need written laws to protect them from being “offended” there is no hope for this Christian generation and if the unscientific claims of Creationism cannot be intelligently challenged by educators and need to be protected by law instead of reason then Creationism doesn’t deserve to be heard or taken seriously.
A US teenager has successfully won a lawsuit against a teacher who described creationism as "superstitious nonsense".
Chad Farnan, a devout Christian studying at California's Capistrano Valley high school, persuaded a judge that his European history teacher, James Corbett, violated the establishment clause of the First Amendment, which courts interpret as banning government employees from promoting, or displaying hostility towards, religion.