Kresta in the Afternoon – March 28, 2007 – Hour 2

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    First Segment - The Case For Teaching The Bible

    It's not just ‘The Good Book’,” says Georgia State Sen. Tommie Williams. “It's a good book.” Williams was referring to the Bible in an interview about the state's decision to introduce Bible literary classes in the public schools. The movement to bring the world's best-selling book back into the classroom is gaining ground across the U.S., demonstrated, in large part, by a thoughtful Time magazine cover story on the subject. The article, “The Case for Teaching the Bible,” argues that the social and cultural benefits of secular Bible classes outweigh any hypersensitivity about Church and State. Al comments on the controversy over the Bible in public schools.

    Second Segment - Bring That Child To Me

    Lorraine Hartsook is a musician with a story to tell. A country girl from Canada, she has been through the heartbreaking agony of multiple miscarriages and the blessed joy of adoption. We hear her story, her music and her faith.

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