It was presumably a course developed in a seminary of some sort.
I am not religious at all, so I don't have an opinion on that one way or another but I have a feeling that the title and/or description should reflect that as it may not be appropriate for all audiences.
I don't get the impression it's any kind of attempt to "smuggle religious texts under the radar" so to speak.
I remember approving this course. I thought it was actually quite good, but I do appreciate the Biblical references might not be everyone's cup of tea. I have edited its title and description so there is now a mention of the Biblical context of the teachings.
I wonder whether this is sufficient. What if the next English course uses [extreme] political texts? I feel that an English course shared through moodle.net should use neutral texts.
Thanks a lot for the warning. I already downloaded the course and restored it in to a test site. (There is no "live" version of it, as far as i could see.)
Seriously man, don't be silly!
> What if the next English course uses [extreme] political texts?
What if!!! Haven't you noticed that the submissions go through a moderation process?
> I feel that an English course shared through moodle.net should use neutral texts.
Then make one!