Teaching the Bible in Georgia's Public Schools

Breaking News

Georgia is about to become the first state to approve the use of the Bible as a textbook in public schools.

On Monday, the State Senate passed a bill providing money to high schools that offer elective classes in the Bible, and setting specific guidelines for those classes. The bill was approved by Georgia's House of Representatives last week.

Gov. Sonny Perdue is expected to sign the law.

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