Hobby Lobby's Bible course cancelled by Oklahoma school district
December 1, 2014
A controversial, Oklahoma public school Bible curriculum has been cancelled by the school district.
The curriculum, spearheaded by Christian retail chain Hobby Lobby, had been previously postponed from an August to January launch.
Museum of the Bible Chairman Dr Jerry Pattengale and Hobby Lobby President Steve Green developed the course to coincide with the museum, which will open in Washington DC in 2017.
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