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Why I Won’t Teach Bible Stories in First‐day School

© Peter Landau After meeting for worship last week, a clipboard was passed around for volunteers to sign up to teach the children in First‐day school. When it reached me, I swung my arms in an exaggerated pantomime of an umpire calling an out. To further emphasis my comic disgust, I shook my head violently and frowned. I was still given the clipboard—for that’s🔒

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Peter Landau is married with three children, works as a writer and editor, and is a member of Orange Grove Meeting in Pasadena, Calif.


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