While some public school officials in certain areas of the U.S. are determined to push Islam on public school kids as part of a required curriculum, there are legislators and school officials who see the benefits of offering elective courses discussing the Bible as part of non-compulsory classes. With the help of attorneys, they have found several ways to get around the 1963 Supreme Court decision (Abington School District v. Schempp) prompted by the late socialist atheist Madalyn Murray O’Hair that pushed teacher-led prayer and Bible teaching out of the classroom.
Since God and the Bible played such an important role in the founding of the U.S. and continues to contribute positive things to American culture, I believe it’s a wise move to open the door to expose students to the Bible. It acts as a good contrast to the many educators and administrators pushing their socialist agenda and if students put Christian principles into practice, it may help stave off some of God’s judgments that the U.S. has been begging for by some of the ungodly practices in our culture. Georgia is one state that allows such courses. The video below explains the procedures a school district in central Georgia has implemented for teaching the Bible.
92 Unless thy law had been my delights, I should then have perished in mine affliction.
93 I will never forget thy precepts: for with them thou hast quickened me. Psalm 119