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Author Topic:   Should we teach both evolution and religion in school?
Minnemooseus
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Message 134 of 1323 (579482)
09-04-2010 9:35 PM
Reply to: Message 32 by jar
08-11-2010 10:29 AM


What would the curriculum be? - Do a new topic?
As I ask in the thread about Should Sacred Studies be part of a general public school curricula, "Should Sacred Studies, the study of religions, their history, their effects on society, the basic tenets of each and inter-relationships be taught as part of the general public education in the US"?

My answer is "most certainly."

I just glanced though the above cited. Your message 1 did not include any specifics, nor did I find such in the following message (again, I was a quick look).

I propose that you start a new topic and include some specifics in your message 1. What aspects of Christianity would you include within a "will be constitutional" framework?

Moose


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