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Author Topic:   Should we teach both evolution and religion in school?
evolutionfacts
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Message 114 of 2058 (576094)
08-22-2010 7:34 PM


In high school, my Physics teacher tried to give us religious kids (myself included) a chance to debate our creationist views. He quickly backed out on this, probably because the school board thought it would be a bad idea. I am wishing it would have went through with it. I would have understood evolution much earlier in life.

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evolutionfacts
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Message 950 of 2058 (808008)
05-08-2017 1:50 AM
Reply to: Message 108 by archaeologist
08-15-2010 12:44 AM


"the details of life are too complicated to be left to a process that has no morals"

Well at least this doesn't sound completely made up....


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