CommentaryInside the First Amendment By Charles C. Haynes First Amendment Center senior scholar
Unconstitutional Bible classes have been popping up in public schools all over America in recent years — and most of them go unchallenged.
But that may be about to change.
On March 5, a West Texas School district agreed to stop teaching a Bible elective that critics charge is devotional, not academic.
The agreement ends a lawsuit brought last May by the American Civil Liberties Union and the People . . .