Made you look!
Ah, if only. A bill has been introduced to restrict the teaching of religious doctrine to students of 10th grade and above. This is triggered by a spate of recent parental freak-outs over middle-school curricula that included units on Islam, and what its teachings are. So, something tells me that middle-school classes choosing to mention what the principles of Christianity are, will draw exactly zero parental ire in Tennessee. That will continue, happily unaffected by the illegality thereof.
I would really love to see a parent return a worksheet marked up like this
where the subject was the principles of Christianity. But I don't think I will, certainly not from Tennessee.