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Author Topic:   Teaching God in schools--science class?
tesla
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Message 1 of 2 (866905)
11-17-2019 8:53 AM


It's been awhile. I'm arguing this on a philosophy site. I was wondering how it would measure up here. I realize my position has changed on many things. Much of that was due to questions and discussions that started here.

I'm Agnostic, Anti-religious, But still believe 'God(s) should be taught in schools. mostly, for the benefit of healthy skepticism.

Science won the argument against doing so. But examine this idea: if in court, will it be the religious who are against it most? or...science?

Should 'God' be taught is school? (Non religiously) - Page 17 - Philosophy Now Forum


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11-17-2019 4:41 PM


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