A report from National Public Radio states that Georgia lawmakers are expected to pass a bill authorizing a Bible literacy class in public high schools. The class, "History and Literature of the Old and New Testament," will be taught with the Bible as the text, Emily Kopp of Georgia Public Broadcasting reports. The bill does not require that schools teach the course, or that students take it....
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