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Message 10 of 16 (608799)
03-13-2011 7:56 PM

dwise1 at "Creationism in science classrooms (an argument for)"
Author: dwise1
Forum: Education and Creation/Evolution
Thread: Creationism in science classrooms (an argument for)
Message #: 323

dwise1 writes:

If you base your religious ideas on false claims about the physical world, claims that are both contrary-to-fact and refuted by the evidence, then the mere existence of that evidence is what shows your ideas to be wrong. And when science classes present that evidence, it is not for the purpose of teaching that religious ideas are wrong, but rather because presenting and discussing the evidence is a rightful purpose of science education.

And more, calmly and without snark.


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