Schools passing on teaching Bible
“There should be a separation of the two.”
Middle Georgia is smack dab in the Bible Belt, but almost two years after state lawmakers agreed to let public highschools teach a course on the Old and New Testaments, the idea hasn't caught on. via The Macon Telegraph
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#1 Jan 25, 2008
Tell the kids about who died for them that they have a choose to chose live or death, By not given them a chose is WRONG,every body need to know the the Bible and how to have eternal life you only find the answer in the Bible the word of God. Do you want thier blood on your hands?
#2 Feb 5, 2008
I agree that they should know, but the Bible states that it's the father's responsibility to raise their children in the admonition of the Lord, not teachers. Ephesians 6:4
If there was going to be blood on anyone's hands, I believe it would be the fathers.
#3 Feb 18, 2008
Maybe if you spent a little more time in school studying the subjects instead of the Bible, you could post a comment that does not give headaches to the readers. Learn to spell and punctuate.
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