Bible Study Program Divides Rural VA Town Religion in schools has one Virginia community divided. Eric Niiler reports from the rural town of Staunton on the community's decision to keep a supplemental and voluntary Bible study program. The program is offered off-campus, but happens during the school day.
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Bible Study Program Divides Rural VA Town

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Bible Study Program Divides Rural VA Town

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Bible Study Program Divides Rural VA Town

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Religion in schools has one Virginia community divided. Eric Niiler reports from the rural town of Staunton on the community's decision to keep a supplemental and voluntary Bible study program. The program is offered off-campus, but happens during the school day.

Lynda Baker-Sheffer's third grade weekday religious education class in Staunton, Va. Eric Niiler hide caption

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