Re: [Bulk] RE: High School Bible class attacked

From: Pim van Meurs <pimvanmeurs@yahoo.com>
Date: Wed Aug 03 2005 - 11:48:04 EDT

Donald Perrett (E-mail) wrote:

>While I personally don't see the necessity for biblical study in public
>schools, seeing as it can be obtained in church or private schools, I also
>don't see the alarmist reaction as being helpful. The course is not
>"forced" on anyone even by the anti-YEC admissions. It is an elective. If
>a majority of parents want this course to be available to their children so
>be it. It high time for the rest of the population to stay out of other
>peoples homes. School districts are supposed to be able to customize their
>curriculum to the needs of their local population, while abiding by national
>standards.
>

And the US laws and constitution. If the constitution is at odds with
the teaching of a particular religion in public schools, then no matter
how much parents would like it, they must make the obvious choice.
Received on Wed Aug 3 11:48:25 2005

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