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Society and parents continue to ensure that American children are familiar with the stories of the bible. The bible is part of the American cultural milieu and has been inculcated in successive generations through schools and children’s bibles. Parents in the twenty-first century have turned to adapted children’s bibles as the principal means by which to teach their children the bible. This is due in large part to the bible loosing its place in the curriculum of American public schools. This paper examines how children's bibles developed, why teaching the bible has been a priority, and who have been the teachers and adaptors of the bible for children.
Teicher, Zachary S., "American Children Encountering the Bible: Ensuring Engagement through the American Education System and the Children’s Bible" (2007). Religious Studies Honors Projects. 2.
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