The Bible pulled from school shelves due to "explicit content"

Deland, Florida citizen Christina Quinn officially challenged the Bible as an appropriate book to be on school shelves because, she said, it contains "sexually explicit content." (Of course, Quinn is correct.)

"I wouldn't say it's just to prove a point," Quinn said. "It is basically saying 'What's good for the goose is good for the gander,' so we can't pick some and not pick others when they both have similar material."

The Volusia County School District followed protocol and removed it for further investigation. Unsurprisingly, it was found to be permissible under state law.

From Fox35 Orlando:

Hannah Harger, a Spruce Creek High School junior, led a petition to keep the Bible in school. She gathered more than 1,000 signatures.

"It was kind of shocking that they would even think about taking a historical piece of evidence for history classes or literature out of our reach and out of our curriculum," Harger said.