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Ron Jessup

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

 

November 8, 1995

 

To whom it may concern:

I strongly recommend Biblical History being taught in the public school system. The course has been implemented in our school system (Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools) and many students felt that it was long overdue. Biblical History gives many students the opportunity to connect the past with the present, gain a profound perspective of the Bible and the impact of that history upon our country and the world in the area of government, art, literature, and music. Teaching about religion has been and is being done historically in order to talk about it responsibly. The course is treated with both objectivity and historical perspective – with an aim to inform rather than to convert. Students are very excited about the Bible course and how it can enlighten their perspective and give them a complete understanding of how the Bible has affected man’s decision making process from the beginning of recorded history up to the present.

 

Thank you,

Ron Jessup
Instructional Specialist
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County

 
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