Disqualifies them? And who told you atheists base their moral code upon personal desires? Someone has been blindly believing hateful religious propaganda. That would be you.<quoted text>
No,I would not mind having a JEW TEACHING THE CLASS.
Who did you have in mind? Friedrich Niezchke or maybe Sigmund Freud, both who were afflicted by mental illness , a condition that also afflicts Atheists in inordinate numbers.
Since Atheists base their moral code on their personal desires , they are hardly qualified to pass judgement on a valid moral code.
That , automatically , disqualifies them.
But , check this out , 3 names from a long list;
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I have many desires in which I do not act upon due to my moral code.
So for the sake of debate, lets assume a teacher applying to teach the bible class did have only his personal desires as his moral code. Now just how would you go about knowing if his morals were bad?
Seems as if he has not broken laws, it would be hard to disqualify them.
And why would his personal feelings matter anyway? My point is, this is one reason the class is problematic for government. You are putting religion into a secular stetting. Ones personal beliefs will likely be put into the class. But government is not going to exclude someone due to their personal religion as far as teaching goes.