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Author Topic:   Opening the doors to creationism in British Schools?
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Message 46 of 129 (620387)
06-16-2011 3:43 AM


Wouldn't giving creationism the exposure it thinks it wants...
...be setting it up to get hammered all the harder?

Put creationism in the schools, then you'll have Richard Dawkins on the front pages of the newspapers, expounding on how stupid it is. Creationism won't be able to stand up to the attention that it thinks it wants.

Moose


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