Editorial: Bible classes would become religion classes

04/9/2007 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

A Texas bill to require all public schools to offer high school students an elective course in the history and literature of the Old and New Testaments would be great -- if that was its real intent, the Houston Chronicle editorial board writes. But the courses could easily wind up shilling for fundamentalist Christianity and opening up Texas schools to court challenges.

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