Michael Allen opposingviews.com An unidentified teacher at Margarita Middle School in Temecula, Calif. reportedly told his students to read a nonfiction book every night for 30 minutes. The students then had to bring the nonfiction book to class. One student read and brought his Bible to class, which the teacher did not accept for the assignment. “The teacher said, ‘That’s not a nonfiction book,’” attorney Bob Tyler of Advocates for Faith and Freedom told ChristianNews.net. “[The student] said, ‘Well, honestly, I believe it is a nonfiction book. The teacher then said in a sharp tone, ‘Well, I’ll get back to you.’” The teacher then asked all of the students, "How many of you think the Bible is nonfiction?" Apparently, all the students, except for two, raised their hands, which surprised the teacher, who did eventually give the student credit for the assignment, claimed Tyler. to read more click here: opposingviews.com
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