Thursday, March 14, 2019

Show-Me Good Book Comeback: Missouri Public School Bible Study Moves Forward

A glimpse at Red State Missouri flexing on KCMO & STL politicos. Here's a faith-based effort that has met with opposition but still garners progress. Read more:

Missouri lawmakers approve Bible class in public schools

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A bill passed by the Missouri House would allow school districts to offer the Bible as an elective class. "I think it is a really bad idea," said Kansas City United Church of Christ pastor Chase Peeples.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm all for a comeback of morality in society. Christianity is solely responsible for the wonderment that is civil western society. Unfortunately with the advent of the prog, the true evil within has made huge strides in destroying the family and society that the family participates in. That said, this is a bad idea all around. Two types of Christianity can't agree on the appropriate teachings, or even which version of the bible. If you believe so strongly in providing your kid with Bible learnins, wait til they go into college and get 'em a religious studies class.

Anonymous said...

Fuck the atheists, goddamn it. The aclu faggots too.

Anonymous said...

Christianity doesn't equal morality.

Anonymous said...


Good for Missouri we need to get satanist like 4:51 out of our state and schools.

Christianity equals perfect morality.

Anonymous said...

5:01, you're dumb. Maybe sky god will send his magic son down from fairy land to gift you with intelligence.

Anonymous said...

Rather you like it or not, but the Bible is a part of everyone's history so yes it should be studied in schools.

Anonymous said...

uhhh hey dum dum, the Bible is about as historically accurate as a mother goose book.

Quinton Tellis said...

Evidently Jew$ don't control Missouri.

Anonymous said...

I demand studies for The Easter Bunny and Santa too.

Anonymous said...

8:45 stop showing your ignorance Byron.

Anonymous said...

@8:45 that's a matter of debate. If you look at the Bible as one of the most comprehensive collections of oral traditions committed to paper, it has had an enormous impact enlightening us on the early history of modern man. There are other older texts certainly, pieces here and there, even complete manuscripts. But the bottom line is they don't provide as much information as does the Bible. The Bible provided central tenants of a vastly different philosophy from typical human interaction at the time. Providing a guideline for common rules for interaction between people where warring and tribalism were the more common rule.

Anonymous said...

So you take the Bible as word for word true?