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Author Topic:   Should we teach both evolution and religion in school?
edge
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Message 399 of 2073 (740753)
11-07-2014 12:05 PM


A question...
Addressing the title of this thread, isn't the clamor for equal treatment for religious topics such as creationism simply an admission of failure on the part of parents and churches to teach these subjects?
Edited by edge, : No reason given.

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edge
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Message 1300 of 2073 (844229)
11-26-2018 11:49 PM
Reply to: Message 1296 by creation
11-26-2018 1:14 PM


Re: Conclusion vs Assumption, Belief, teach the difference
From dust early man was made, and to dust apparently (rather than fossilized remains) he returned!!!!!!
And all human tools, buildings, footprints, artwork, gardens, and livestock?
All mysteriously went to dust, right?
For ... "whatever reason".
Sure, I can believe that.
When pigs fly.
Oh, wait! They DID fly in the previous state! I forgot ...
Once again, your logic is overwhelming.

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