Public Education Role Bible Schools Limitations First Amendment Right Free Speech Supreme Court Ruling Biblical History Guide Literary Classic Science Limbo

The Supreme Court ruled about two years ago that the Bible could be presented in public school curricula as a literary classic and a source for ancient history not for science, so you know in the few schools where the Bible is used as a source for history and literature classes, the question pops up “where in the Bible does real history begin to be recorded?”

Of course Noah’s Flood is supposedly anti-science, but so too is the incarnation and resurrection of Jesus Christ, so since all the history between those events, about 2,000 years, is allowed notice in the public schools to be a source of reliable history, born out by archaeology, then should students not be allowed intellectual inquiry into the Bible’s claim that it’s all real history?

The early portions of the book of Genesis hold up very well under scientific scrutiny when you read  http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, realizing that the “reliable history” from the later portions of the Old Testament are inextricably linked to the generational lineages in earlier portions, surely a continuum of generations having begun with Adam and Eve.

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