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People of faith just as fed up as nonbelievers

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In the Beginning, There’s the Word…

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A Letter from a Senior Devil on Texas

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Serious Flaws in Textbook Adoption Process

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The Bible Is Needed for a Complete Education

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Texas Heads for Shootout Over Religion in Textbooks

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The Value of Learning “About” Religions

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Religion in American History, but in Public School Textbooks?

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