Florida Man Petitions to Remove The Bible from School Libraries

A Florida activist is proposing that school districts ban the Bible from libraries.

Chaz Stevens sent petitions to public school superintendents asking them to "immediately remove the Bible from the classroom, library, and any instructional material."

Stevens added, "Additionally, I also seek the banishment of any book that references the Bible."

These petitions come after a recent bill was signed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis that would ban books featuring LGBTQ themes.

Stevens specifically cites the bill in his text and uses it to point out the hypocrisy, citing the appropriateness of the Bible.

He points out the references to murder, adultery, cannibalism, etc.

"In the end, if Jimmy and Susie are curious about any of the above, they can do what everyone else does – get a room at the Motel Six and grab the Gideons."

This isn't the first time Stevens has made headlines for his activism.

In 2015, he petitioned 11 Florida municipalities to either stop the prayer that opens their meetings or allow him to also lead a prayer...but in the name of Satan.

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