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War rages over accuracy of Bible curriculum  



War rages over accuracy of Bible curriculum
$50 text says 'God's help comes with strings'

Posted: April 10, 2008
11:55 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2008 WorldNetDaily


A war has erupted over teaching the Bible in public schools across the United States, not whether to teach it but how it should be taught: by using the Bible itself or whether it should be accompanied by a committee-written text that costs $50 each that teaches "God's help comes with strings attached."


The issue is raging now before the state Legislature in Tennessee as well as in other states, where officials have begun joining the move towards teaching more about religion, especially Christianity, although trying to remain constitutional by not teaching students to be religious.


The Tennessee situation was addressed recently by state Sen. Scott Beason of Alabama, whose own lawmaking body rejected a suggestion to use in that state a course such as the  Bible Literacy Project's "The Bible and its Influence." That work has been suggested for public school students by Democrats in several states already.


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