Taking a sledge hammer to progressive values forcing our country into a cultural decline, lawmakers in West Virginia are proposing a new measure to ensure religion becomes more prevalent in schools.
The West Virginia state Senate has brought forward a bill that would require all schools in the state to offer an elective course covering the Bible.
The bill argues that schools should become more focused on showing students the teaching of God in the Bible, which in turn can result in them being better prepared for the future.
The elective course on the Bible would “teach students knowledge of biblical content, characters, poetry, and narratives that are prerequisites to understanding contemporary society and culture,” according to the bill.
Should the bill pass, the elective course would require both private and public schools to offer the class teaching about either the Bible or Hebrew scriptures.
Republican lawmakers argue that it’s important to reinstall courses that teach students about God’s teachings and messages. The bill acknowledges that not every one will want to take this course, which is why …
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