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‘Bible as Literature’ class could return to Louisiana High School

A Livingston Parish public high school is looking to bring back a course next year called “Bible as Literature” for the first time in over a decade.

Such courses can be both instructive and constitutional in principle, experts say, but are fraught with the danger of crossing the line that’s supposed to separate church and state.

Some widely available curriculum for such courses ends up promoting religious belief, these experts say, and teachers who are not properly trained to teach the course can do the same.

Read the full article at the Baton Rouge Advocate.

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