While at work today and sorting thru uncooked buffalo wings, I recalled something from a couple of weeks ago. My brother and I got on the topic of... something and it prompted us to go back to our old high school website. There, we could see who was teaching there, what classes, etc. I noticed one class that stuck out like a sore thumb. The guy teaching it was someone my brother knew, I think, or had heard about... :dontknow: The class is Bible Literature. You study the Bible and its stories. Now, iirc, religion + schools = :nono: . It is not a mandatory class, afaik, however I'm sure if there were some other Holy Book studying class or a class about a specific religion period, so much hell would be raised (example: Islam). But because I am from a small, southern, country, predominately white community where there are 30 churches within a mile radius this class is okay. If this were on a college campus, I would be okay with this because in college you can study pretty much anything you want and there are specific programs aimed for theology degrees. But this is high school and isn't there something where religion shouldn't or can't be taught in schools? -.- Just want to know how others feel about this. Also, did anyone else's school hold FCA meetings before school on certain days of the week? FCA = Fellowship of Christian Athletes or some **** or is it just a southern thing?