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Reading, Writing, Arithmetic and the Bible

These days there are some students whose class schedules read like this: math, science, English, Bible studies. Time Magazine takes a close look at the number of public schools offering a study of the Bible as an elective. The classes are gaining popularity with students who are religious, but also those who are not but want to be informed about Christianity. The article also tackles the issue of whether religious study in public schools is constitutional.

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