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What Should Be Taught In Schools

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posted on Jul, 3 2005 @ 07:32 PM
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If people are trying to force religion down your throat at school thats wrong , religion should be a subject that someone wants to learn about outside school. Most important is growing up without pressure to be religious or a member of a specialist group. When you get older you will find time for theses subjects, but dont waste your teens on them.




posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 12:35 AM
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Fine Thomas, you teach BS in school, and we'll teach reality in church. How would you like that?

Think about it, christians want Earth is flat, center, and created in 7 days taught at church, home, and school. But you try to teach science at church they'll kill you, or at least beat you unconscience so you have to go to the hospital.

How come they can burn houses down, vandalize cars, and beat people to get BS taught in school, but if someone tries to teach reality/kindness/humanity in church, well, they get the same treatment as someone who opposses them teaching flying rabbits from Mars ate all the dinosaurs and thats why there weren't any in the Garden of Eden in school.



posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 12:54 AM
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In fairness, a criminal's religion or lack thereof should have no bearing on his punishment.

In fairness.

Often, criminals in detention will find their sentences lessened if they become religious fanatics.

Crowne speaks often about how this nation was based on Christianity, and there is a definite argument to be made for (and against) that case. However, I think that the point is irrelevant. Australia was founded by criminals, (no offense to my ozzy brothers and sisters), so does this concern modern Australia in any important way?

Just because this nation was founded on some kind of Christian rock or whatever, 200 years ago, this does not invite legitimacy into a theocratic or religious governance of people or students, in my opinion.

Zip



posted on Jul, 6 2005 @ 01:14 AM
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Alright Based on a couple of information here and of course Google.
For me I think Creationism should not be taught in PS because as far as my understanding goes it is based on the Separation of State and Religion (right?)---->It contradicts with it.



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