The WV legislature is considering a bill to make a Bible elective available in public school curriculum. I doubt it will get anywhere, but if it did, I also doubt that it would be a good idea. At PJMedia, my friend John Ellis explains why he says this:
Neither a state nor the federal government can be trusted to handle the Bible in a manner that befits the Word of God. That should be obvious to every Christian concerned with teaching that promotes God-honoring Biblical literacy. West Virginia's proposed bill to offer Bible classes in public schools will do more damage than good.
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