KENTUCKY — The Kentucky Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that would allow Bible classes to be taught in public schools.
The Huffington Post reports:
In Kentucky, the Senate has approved new legislation allowing the Christian Bible to be studied in public school. It has been submitted for House review.
Kentucky Sen. Joe Bowen told the Kentucky Post that he believes biblical rhetoric has played a huge role in the development of the modern world.
State Rep. Reggie Meeks told WLKY that he believes the bill to be a method of political posturing in an effort to win over their Christian constituency.