Stephen Skelton of the American Bible Project Explains How It Is Putting Congress-Approved, Historical Bibles into Classrooms Across America

Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report, host Leahy welcomed Stephen Skelton of The American Bible Project to the newsmaker line to give a brief history of the American Bible and how they are distributing them across the United States into students’ hands.

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During Nashville Luncheon, American Bible Project Organizers Say Our Founders Were Men of Faith

NASHVILLE, Tennessee — Tennessee residents overseeing an effort to donate Aitken Bibles to the state’s elementary, middle, and high schools held their inaugural luncheon at a Nashville restaurant on Saturday.

American Bible Project founder Stephen Skelton said the date of the event, September 12, held significance.

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Aitken Bibles Will Connect Students to History in Secular Ways, Says Man Who Wants Them in Tennessee Schools

Aitken Bibles tie into the lessons of the American Revolution in historical and even secular ways, said one of the men who wants to bring them to Tennessee’s elementary, middle, and high schools.

As reported, organizers of The American Bible Project want to donate these Aitken Bibles to the state’s school libraries.

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