Religion in Public Schools Why religion should be taught in the classroom

There has been a rigorous debate for decades that has left the public divided. Should religion be taught to students in a public school setting?

Yes, because without religion, most educational and philosophical advancements would not exist!

Religion has played a historical role in the development of mankind. Without it, man would have had no motivation to better themselves.

Without religion, beautiful things such as Algebra, The Sistine Chapel, and Mozart's Requiem Masses would not exist.
Religion has and will continue to educate children throughout the ages!


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