Hobby Lobby family wants to bring “literal reading of the Bible” to public schools

"The plans that have been made public so far — including the high school curriculum — seem aimed at portraying scripture as historically accurate and an unequivocal force for good"

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I'm not sure what's most disturbing about this piece--that they think what HL is trying to do is something new and strange or that they casually equate any effort to promote or teach with "imposing" beliefs on others. Sad what journalism has come to.

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Modern day journalism is a bigger threat to society than Islamic terrorism.   In all seriousness.

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Noticed in church this AM. The passage that says "perilous times will come" follows with a list of what perilous times look like. No mention of wars, disease, one world governments, etc. Rather, it's a list of wicked attitudes and unethical conduct. In the big picture, ills of heart and mind are indeed more perilous than any purely physical things.

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