March27 , 2023

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    A new poll released by The Hill on May 24, 2019 found that only 12% of Americans want Bible Literacy classes as an elective in public schools. They support a course in Bible history only and not about literature on other religions and atheism.

    The poll also showed that 33% of respondents support the idea of states offering lessons on all major religions, and 17% of this group would like public schools to include a history of atheism in the course. Meantime, 17% of participants said they were unsure of their opinion on the mat