posted on Apr, 3 2007 @ 09:47 PM
Yes, and as you pointed out, what is literacy?
A study towards understanding the text itself and specific passages, what I draw from the term "literacy", would be unacceptable. This would be a
subject matter that should be taught by pastors and priests... topics that do not belong in a public classroom.
If you hadn't bothered to jump the gun on my statement, you would understand I support, to a practical extent, any true motivations these courses
have in the education of the historical impact of the Bible. By practical I mean if a King James version of the Bible is to be the textbook issued,
will they just disregard the impact made by the Catholic versions? What about the opposite? We're talking about a book with multiple different
interpretations, each having their own impact on the societies that developed around them.
[edit on 3-4-2007 by apc]