This is kind of long, so sorry in advance. My eight grader takes what is supposed to social studies/geography/current events from a man who is the associate pastor of a local Nazarene Church. This is public school, the man is bivocational. Since she began this class this teacher has brought up a variety of biblical issues. They have thier Proverb of the Day, from the book of Proverbs. He makes overtly Christian remarks in response to current event issues. And he uses the Bible to explain various historical event. All this I've taken note of, but haven't been to concerned about. I think he is walking a fine line between making this SS instead of Social Studies, but didn't think it was a good idea to really complain. After all done correctly, there is really nothing wrong with introducing biblical ideas into a classroom. Now it appears he has crossed the line into teaching theology(see my question here: http://www.baptistboard.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/3/3522.html I'm still not sure if I should complain, but am becoming increasingly concerned. I don't want my daughter being taught theology at this age (13) by anyone outside of my own denomination. Then again, this man is probably a Christian brother (but not a Baptist). I'd hate to make it appear that one Christian was attacking another. There is also the concern I have, that if I don't speak up and warn him that I'm concerned, that someone else will(and will file a lawsuit in doing so). Coming from where I do, I doubt this man has ever had anyone to question what he teaches in his classroom. This group of eigth graders is the odd group who tell their parents quite a bit. Most parents probably don't have a clue what the cirriculum even is. So, do I have a foundation for my concerns? Or should I just continue to answer the questions as they appear.