This Sunday, tune in to @history at 8/7c for the premiere of @bibleseries - produced by my friends @markburnetttv & @realromadowney!You know personally this drives me crazy.
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) March 2, 2013
The historical accuracy of the Bible has been debunked time and time again, (Though you would hardly know it since Christians have flooded the internet with articles that claim quite the opposite) and yet the History channel is now using it as a textbook.
Look I have no problem with people worshiping in church, or believing in whatever the hell they want to believe in. But when you try to shove that religion down our throats as science in the classroom, and now history on our television sets, THAT is stepping over a line which should open up the religion to scientific and historical scrutiny from scholars who I would think now feel obligated to separate truth from fiction.
And as most of us know THAT is something that the Bible simply cannot endure.
After all who would chose mythology over reality?
Or fantasy over truth?
Gee it seems that there is somebody, if only I could remember who is famous for that very thing.
Oh well, I'm sure it will come to me.