Is this what Julie Williams wants our children to learn?
According to the same article, actual historian reviews of the texts are scathing.
A quote from the actual text of the book (Moses in a history textbook!) from the article:
“During their years of wandering in the desert of the Sinai, Moses handed down God’s Ten Commandments to the Hebrews. These commandments now form the bedrock on which the Jewish, Muslim, and Christian codes of behavior are based. The full account of Moses’ life can be found in the Bible’s book of Exodus.”
The article goes on to explain why this is not even biblical scholarship.
The textbook also makes a point of saying, according to the article, that separation of church and state is not part of the constitution.
For some truly terrifying reading (who needs Stephen King?) we recommend you read the entire article. If you think Williams’ curriculum review committee proposal is chilling, the fact that Williams is so enamored with Texas style history will make you want to run screaming for the hills.
Frightening stuff. And it’s not even Halloween yet.