I Think Creationism Should Be Taught In All Schools

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    Bloody Hell No!

    I'll not have my bloody taxes go to pay to teach some unscientific theory in a science class!
    drcynic drcynic
    26-30, M
    15 Responses Nov 19, 2008

    Sure, Lets Do That.

    Lets disregard the foundation of teaching itself.  Lets ignore the idea that the only things taught in schools should be facts.  Provable facts.  Lets ignore the idea that from English, math, and science, to Home Economics and even sports, EVERYTHING taught in...
    FoolishDreamer FoolishDreamer
    31-35, M
    Apr 8, 2009

    Schooling Is Indoctrination, But Who Is Doing the Indoctrinating?

    To give the government the power over the reigns of education, while at the same time preaching the doctrine of separation of church and state is hypocrisy.  Faith or belief is a tenet of the church; policies are tenets of the state; to give the state power over both is to...
    grailsearcher grailsearcher
    51-55, M
    6 Responses Dec 22, 2008

    What Came First

    A physician, an engineer, and an attorney were discussing who among them belonged to the oldest of the three professions represented. The physician said, "Remember, on the sixth day God took a rib from Adam and fashioned Eve, making him the first surgeon. Therefore, medicine is...
    NarutoShippudenFanGirl NarutoShippudenFanGirl
    18-21, F
    1 Response Apr 10, 2013

    Definitions of Science, Fact, Theory

    Please, people on both sides of this argument, understand that this is an argument over what constitutes science, not over what is right or wrong. Science class is where we learn science, and much of science has actually been disproven or revised. If you think back to the "...
    dianecantante dianecantante
    18-21, F
    4 Responses Oct 4, 2009

    Dont Preach In My Schools and I Wont Teach In Your Churches

    It seems like a fair compromise. Creationism is not science.  You cannot even call it a "scientific theory" because it doesnt meet the scientific standards of theory.   Research theories of science.  There is a HUGE misunderstanding among the...
    NoGodsNoMasters NoGodsNoMasters
    31-35, F
    33 Responses Oct 3, 2009

    Sure, In a Class Called "Myths and Legends From Around the World"

    So let's not stop with just Biblical creationism... what about Shinto creationism, and Hindu creationism and CaoDai creationism, and Native American creationism, and aboriginal creationism, and I'm sure there are dozens of wonderfully 'creative' creationist stories from Africa...
    SaratogaGirl SaratogaGirl
    26-30, F
    14 Responses Nov 20, 2008

    Wrong, Wrong, Wrong.

    How on earth can any of you..."enlightened" people talk about something you clearly have no idea about? There ARE no holes in evolution. If you have any doubts, do the research. There is absolutely no fact to creationism, but there are millions of facts for evolution. If you don...
    Saiorse181 Saiorse181
    2 Responses Apr 22, 2011

    Creation Of Everything Out Of Nothing

    Synopsis The Christian doctrine of creatio ex nihilo (to use its Latin expression) states that God created all that existed out of nothing; the Lord did not simply rework material which was already there. This means that God is utterly transcendent, distinct from and sovereign...
    deleted deleted
    3 Responses Dec 8, 2011

    Teach It As Part Of A Comparative Class On Human Origins.

    When I say "all schools" I'm talking high school or college, of course. I think it is an absolutely wonderful idea to have a class that deals with human origins - but I don't think it should be limited to one theory, belief, mythos or creation story. Even within the Judeo...
    aohoku aohoku
    36-40, M
    6 Responses Jun 16, 2010

    The Figures For the Flood

     Here's the good Dr. Leipzig on the matter... (read it and weep fundies!) From: Marty Leipzig First- the global flood supposedly (Scripturally) covered the planet, (see that, George? If so, why are you still being so stupid?) and Mount Everest is 8,848 meters...
    Lazarus42 Lazarus42
    46-50, M
    9 Responses Nov 28, 2008

    115 Arguments For Why God Exists

    1. TRANSCENDENTAL ARGUMENT, a.k.a. PRESUPPOSITIONALIST (I) (1) If reason exists then God exists. (2) Reason exists. (3) Therefore, God exists. 2. COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENT, a.k.a. FIRST CAUSE ARGUMENT (I) (1) If I say something must have a cause, it has a cause. (2) I say the...
    infintessimal infintessimal
    26-30, F
    17 Responses Nov 20, 2008

    ID: Not Just Bad Science, It's Bad Theology

    The following is an article that thoroughly demolishes the notion that we should teach "Intelligent Design" in the classroom of our public schools. ID is indefensible as a scientific theory, and Kenneth Miller explains why:   "the hypothesis of design...
    VendettA12 VendettA12
    31-35, M
    7 Responses Feb 7, 2009

    I Understand the Intention, and Agree With It ... But...

    I think it will be a long time before this happens, if ever. As a Buddhist, Im down with it, and the whole teaching of many different cultures, and religions to our children at an early age, I think its a fabulous idea. However, we can barely afford to teach children their...
    deleted deleted
    Feb 7, 2009

    Share Both

    I think intelligent design should be taught right alongside evolution and let the students make up their own minds.   EDIT: There are so many folks interested in my little thread.  I don't know why.  This was not meant to be yet another debate.  There are...
    wrecklessrandy wrecklessrandy
    36-40, M
    19 Responses Dec 23, 2008

    Children Should Be Taught Both Sides...

    In schools in Australia, and I am guessing it is the same elsewhere, the theory of evolution is taught as fact. There are serious flaws in this theory, yet children are being programmed to believe it without question. People get so mad about the church brainwashing kids, but not...
    lovexo lovexo
    36-40, F
    4 Responses Feb 10, 2011

    The Creation As a Basis For a Complete Education

    Right... time to call the fundamentalist's bluff and agree to their whiny demands. I propose we throw out the entire syllabus and construct one based solely on the Bronze Age goat herder's myth we all know as "The Creation". That's right, not only in religious studies...
    Lazarus42 Lazarus42
    46-50, M
    16 Responses Nov 19, 2008

    The Atheist Professor With No Brain

    The Atheist Professor with no Brain Doug Kreuger has expanded the well-known Christian legend of the atheist philosophy professor who is unable to prove that he has a brain. "LET ME EXPLAIN THE problem science has with Jesus Christ." The atheist professor of...
    infintessimal infintessimal
    26-30, F
    25 Responses Nov 20, 2008


    it should be taught in the schools comedy workshop. I mean come on!! If he's god and Omnipotent why did it take 6 days. Why did He need a rest? What is a firmament and where did it come from? Who planted all the fake dinosaur bones? Jesus H Christ give me a break willya!
    stevester stevester
    46-50, M
    13 Responses Feb 8, 2009
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