A Democratic Florida state representative has introduced a piece of legislation that would ensure that optional Bible classes are available to students attending public schools.
Rep. Kimberly Daniels’ (D-14th) Florida House Bill 195 would require “each school district to offer specified courses relating to religion, Hebrew Scriptures, and the Bible to certain students as elective courses.”
The bill also specifies the allowance of a “brief meditation period,” adding that the Florida Department of Education “must include the courses in the Course code Directory.”
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Obviously, the new legislation would be in line with current federal guidelines regarding religious neutrality in places of public education. If the legislation is passed, it is set to go into effect on July 1, 2019.
Who is Representative Kimberly Daniels?
Daniels is a pastor who holds several theological degrees is the author of 13 books about Christian spirituality. She previously introduced HB 839, a bill that requires public schools to display the motto “In God We Trust” in an obvious and visible place.
The politician runs a website for her Christian ministry, “Kimberly Daniels Ministries International,” (KDMI) on which she declares that by “entering this site you have embarked upon an opportunity to enter into a new realm of the Spirit that will take you another level in God.”
“Our vision is to release present day truth to the nations that will teach, impart and activate believers to walk in the principles of the apostolic and prophetic,” the website adds. “At KDMI we have the passion and compassion to win souls for Jesus Christ.”