That is WHY, genuine theological subject matter is generally presented at far more advanced instructional levels, by way of a learner's CHOICE to do so, rather than just merely forcefed from some appropriated soap box of self per say.<quoted text>
my grandmother pulled me out of school and tried to sue them for me reading a book on greek mythology. she is a penicostal, and crazy as a bat. me on the other hand, i would rather my child learn from mother therisa, ghandi, or even sarah palin before i would want them to read about abraham almost killing his son. or noah's sons violating him in his sleep, or of an angel of death that kills every first born of egypt. i dont want my son asking me "daddy are u going to kill me? daddy, should i molest yuou when ur drunk passed out? daddy will god kill me if i dont do what he says?" read it in its entirety, and yes you will find a lot of good from the book. but u will also find a lot of boozing, a lot of death, and a lot of "do this or i will fucking spank you"... those are not the morals i want for my kids
It takes actual enlightenment, and enlightened environments, to enlighten, and to allow for free thinkers to do just that, with out having material be subjected and leveled down to just biased, mere opinion.