Bring it on. That was the message Thursday from the Midlothian ISD superintendent. His comments came after a complaint was lodged about plaques with religious references at two schools.
During reading time at Hamilton Elementary School in Cypress, a young girl claims she was told that she wasn’t allowed to read the Bible and isn’t even allowed to bring one to school.
Louisiana lawmakers are moving ahead with a proposal to name the Bible as Louisiana’s official state book, despite concerns the bill would land the Legislature in court.
Bill Nye argued that the Earth is “billions and billions” of years old during a debate with Creation Museum founder Ken Ham, who teaches that the planet’s age is 6,000 years.
The Bible on which George Washington placed his hand the first time he took the oath of office as U.S. president will go on display for one-day only in Austin.
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The district says it wants the 9th Texas Court of Appeals in Beaumont to clarify whether the Kountze High School cheerleaders have a free speech right to include the religious messages.
The face of priesthood is changing, according to the Catholic Church. The number of seminarians has nearly doubled in the last 10 years in the Diocese of Fort Worth alone.
Some 60 public school districts across Texas offer courses on the Bible, but at least a third aren’t meeting state requirements to be unbiased and legally sound.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has offered to help a Southeast Texas school district and its cheerleaders fight a challenge to putting Bible verses on high school football game banners.
‘Mommy porn’ or escapist fiction? North Texas readers have vastly differing opinions on the worth –– or lack there of –– of the moment’s most controversial novel.
Like a lot of people Rusty Maisel had questions about the Bible, so he went looking for answers. Along the way he collected several biblical artifacts some dating back to 3000 B.C. I went On the Road to meet Maisel and his traveling exhibit called the Enduring Word Museum.