[quote="JRKH, post:4, topic:276106"]
I would say it is legal until someone can present a convincing argument in court that it somehow violates a law or a right or something of that nature.
However, so far, various free speech decisions by the courts would seem to indicate that this is quite legal.
Reality check is needed here; Legal laws address all citizens in its societies.
I wonder if the same author can get a muslim country to approve the authors text book and call Islam's stories in their Koran "Mythology"? I wonder if this same author and text book would get away with it in a Muslim country, or a free country consisting of Muslims today?
What type of backlash would this author be receiving from Muslim leaders and Muslim politicians today, if the text book related Muslim stories from the Koran mythology?
Would the same sentiments be equally "legally by law" when addressed to Christianity stories as mythology and Islam's stories in the Koran to be mythology?
Let's keep it real by "legal Law" standards. Who is zooming who?