Here’s Why Tennessee Wants To Make The Bible Their Official State Book

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Our nation was founded on Biblical principles. Regardless of the individual faiths of some of our Founding Fathers, this fact cannot be told differently to please the masses who wish this weren’t the case.

In fact, many people will point out that so much of our success as a nation has come from this very act of dedication. On the other hand, these same people will point that the noticeable decline in our nation began when these principles were largely abandoned by the Supreme Court when prayer was abolished in schools.

But today, the State of Tennessee is doing what they can to right this wrong. There is a bill sitting in the Tennessee State Senate that – if passed – would name the Bible as the State of Tennessee’s official book!

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