So it's going to be an "academic" treatment, but the goal is to
teach that the Bible and its effect are good. Gee, that sounds neutral.Mr. Green hopes that some day the course will be "mandatory."
(Shiver.)And the school board approved the text before they reviewed
it ("Board President Chad Fulton responded that it would [be] available
shortly for examination.").Nope. No problems here!Sigh...I think Mr. Green and the Mustang school board need a primer on the
meaning and application of "freedom of religion."
Mr. Green and his Hobby Lobby empire, seem more focused on stirring
controversies, than actually providing healthcare or educations.I suppose if he insists on pushing this Bible based school, he will also
be pushing for Muslim schools based on the Holy Koran, becasue THAT is how
I would urge the ACLU and other freedom-loving organizations to challenge this
in Federal court. Americans have the right to be free from government force one
religion upon our children in public schools. The price of freedom is eternal