Do You Agree that The Christian Bible Should Be Taught Academically in Public Schools?
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
November 25, 2017 3:00pm CST
Scholar Chuck Stetson argues that it should be taught (using the method that 'most of the schools that teach it' use)--not in any regard to "the existence of God"--but rather so that all readers today will know the themes & references most of the writers ever (from ancient papyrus scrawlers to modern bloggers) used. https://youtu.be/cmokz7legAE You Agree?
• Preston, England
@mythociate as history and literature - not as facts but as a perceived belief system, along with The Koran and Upanishads, not forgetting The Flying Spaghetti Monster of course
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• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
@TheDemonicAngel I don't remember it being taught in any of my public-school history-classes ... of course, they were teaching us other mythical stuff like "the genius of Christopher Columbus" and "the freedom-fighting Founding Fathers," etc.