Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Bible Serves No Educational Benefit?


For years, the Collier County School District allowed World Changers to offer Bibles to interested students during non-school hours on Jan. 16 in honor of Religious Freedom Day. But since last year, the superintendent and the Community Request Committee have refused to grant permission to the Southern Baptist Convention-related mission group to do so.

School officials claim Bibles do not provide any educational benefit to the students and thus distribution should stop.

But Mathew Staver, founder of Liberty Counsel, the legal group representing World Changers, pointed out that many of the founding fathers learned to read using the Bible.

“How sad that on the eve of Independence Day, when we celebrate the religious and political freedom our forefathers won for us at the cost of much blood and great sacrifice, we are compelled to sue to protect the right simply to make free Bibles available to students in public schools,” said Staver.

If the Bible serves no educational benefit, then Biblical Archaeologists and Biblical Anthropologists are wasting their time. There is nothing to learn in the Bible, nothing informative. Instead these scientists have pieced together a picture of the ancient world more accurate than any historian, and they are using the Bible. 

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