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jmo On February 19, 2017
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Yorkshire, United Kingdom
#1New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 19:16:57
Probably been done to death, but it's being discussed in another thread and thought it deserved one of its own. Some people think creationism should be taught in science lessons along side Evolution.

What do you think?

Do you believe they should be taught hand in hand, or should Creationism stay in the Religious class and Evolution stay in the Science class?
hedkandi1984_21 On July 23, 2013




London, United Kingdom
#2New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 19:23:34
I think . . .

Creationism should stay in the religious class. Because it's basically a myth and there is absolutely no evidence to support it. It's to do with faith, not scientific theory or fact.
plebian_angel On April 25, 2012
Intergalactic hussy





a great future,
#3New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 19:25:31
@hedkandi1984_21 Said

I think . . .

Creationism should stay in the religious class. Because it's basically a myth and there is absolutely no evidence to support it. It's to do with faith, not scientific theory or fact.



I totally agree!
ssnot_me On February 01, 2016




big D, Texas
#4New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 19:28:17
faith is not a science
beckysbigguy On March 12, 2010

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#5New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 19:29:35
@plebian_angel Said

I totally agree!


As do I. There is no scientific basis for creationism. Besides, which religion would you preach? Different groups have vastly different views......
Darroll On April 26, 2012




salem, Oregon
#6New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 19:40:28
Science and religion can live together.
They don?t want to.
DiscordTiger On about 2 hours ago
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#7New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 19:46:25
I don't see a problem with creationism taught, as long as everything else is. Like evolutionism and even the flying spaghetti monster.

IF things are taught right, it should be so that students understand the basic concepts, and they can choose which on (or a combo) to believe. If they want more details or information they can go to a church, or a library, like any other subject.

Also, if people understood the basic principles on both sides debating them on the internet would be more fun
mrmexico25 On November 19, 2019




Dallas, Texas
#8New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 20:47:42
Eat this:
Crationsim being taught in public schools.
More than half?
It starts at a very young age

f***in psychos.
doubtingthomas On April 26, 2010
Jesus is my homie





Monterey, California
#9New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 20:49:27
Always cracks me up when people bring up what should or shouldn't be taught in school.

Who cares...

People will believe in whatever they want with out without school direction.

Look at it like any other subject.

If you tought about racism in school, will that make kids choose between being a racist or not?

If you tought about thieft in school, would that make kids choose to become criminals or not?

Nope. Kids gleam whatever facts best connect with thier lives. More information provided by a school will only secure whatever beliefs they might have, not change thier minds.
mrmexico25 On November 19, 2019




Dallas, Texas
#10New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 20:52:48
Quote:
Always cracks me up when people bring up what should or shouldn't be taught in school.

Who cares..


being American, you should care. it's an infringement on our Bill of Rights. It's a serious problem, and even worse that the majority of some states think it SHOULD be taught. The very foundation that the U.S.A. was built upon has crumbled due to pure ignorance.
deeFXCKINGjay On January 21, 2012
Bannned





, Kazakhstan
#11New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 20:53:13
@DiscordTiger Said

I don't see a problem with creationism taught,



In science class?
Where's the science in it?
doubtingthomas On April 26, 2010
Jesus is my homie





Monterey, California
#12New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 20:53:44
@mrmexico25 Said

being American, you should care. it's an infringement on our Bill of Rights. It's a serious problem, and even worse that the majority of some states think it SHOULD be taught. The very foundation that the U.S.A. was built upon has crumbled due to pure ignorance.



I'm sorry what rights is it infringing on?
mrmexico25 On November 19, 2019




Dallas, Texas
#13New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 20:55:40
seperation of church and state.
doubtingthomas On April 26, 2010
Jesus is my homie





Monterey, California
#14New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 20:59:11
@mrmexico25 Said

seperation of church and state.



I have read the bill of rights and that "right" isn't in there. Could please help me with this?
mrmexico25 On November 19, 2019




Dallas, Texas
#15New Post! Dec 01, 2009 @ 21:03:21
gladly.
Quote:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;


Would you like a translation too? Okay. Public schools are payed for by taxes. Tax payers choose whether or not to believe in anything. Schools, funding by these people can not RESPECT the institution of religion, no prohibit it's excercise. This means they CAN NOT teach it, but if a child wants to pray they can.
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