Tuesday, November 8, 2011


Students in Atlanta Georgia no longer will be taking Bible courses for credit as they had done for many years. In one high school only fifteen students had done so recently. The school board claims it was a budget issue. When this author was attending school, over one thousand out of the two thousand students took Old and New Testament courses for credit. In Atlanta today the students claim that they have no time for electives so such studies go by the way-side. More than likely it is just plain lack of interest that keeps students from such studies. A sign of the times! --Dr. Mal Couch (11/11)