Published by the Bible Literacy Project, The Bible and Its Influence avoids some of the overt forms of fundamentalist proselytism found in a rival curriculum published by the National Council on Bible Curriculum in the Public Schools, which several critics (including Americans United) charge is essentially an extended Sunday School lesson.
What does BLP stand for?
BLP stands for Bible Literacy Project
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Take as an example the course designed in 2006 by the Bible Literacy Project, one of the most moderate and academically rich of the curricula, and the one most likely to continue to pass First Amendment muster.
To avoid any legal trouble, the textbook fulfills standards of The Bible and Public Schools, a guide on how to teach the Bible in public schools co-published by the Bible Literacy Project and the First Amendment Center.
The Bible and Its Influence was produced by the Bible Literacy Project and is promoted as a way to constitutionally teach about the Bible in public schools.
The backers of the Bible Literacy Project seem to be aware that the National Council's materials are problematic.
The Bible Literacy Project textbook is called "The Bible and Its Influence," and has been favorably reviewed by many liberal groups, including the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Congress, and sports a full-page ad for the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); in contrast, the NCBCPS has support from groups such as American Center for Law and Justice, Focus on the Family, and the American Family Association Center for Law & Policy.