The majority of Bible courses being offered as electives at Texas high schools are devotional and sectarian in their approach and do not teach about the Bible in a historical or literary context as required under state law a new study has found, according to a published report.
Again, big wow. Think of the people who want these kinds of classes, then guess whether they're going to take a non-partisan view of religion.
The majority of the courses promote one faith perspective over all others and push an ideological agenda that is hostile to religious freedom, science and public education, according to the 76-page report to be released Wednesday.
So, if you have kids and they go to a Texas public school or you just live in Texas and think this kind of religious advocacy doesn't belong in school or if you don't live in Texas and think this is just stupid, write the State Board of Education. Links to contact them are in the individual profiles. You can also write your school district board if you live in one of these areas (or even if you don't, I guess).
To take a quote from good old Napoleon Dynamite, "Idiot!"