reply to post by Annee
Wait...religion isn't part of history?
Holy crap, all of my old history text books are erroneously spouting information about Egyptians gods and Norse folklore then...
Unless it's just discrimination against Christianity? I'm thinking that's your angle, since you haven't posted anything complaining about foreign
religious history being taught in school...and that's exactly what Quetzlcoatl, Odin, and Athena are. We even read about those myths in class, both
literature and history.
And you only pick on the Christian history? Especially when it is so deeply rooted in world culture? I'm not talking about preaching...I'm talking
about facts. Yes, they believe this. Yes, this is what the Bible says. No, it's not proven, nor are you encouraged to follow it. But here is how it
influenced the Renaissance and other eras featuring art and music. Isn't that interesting?
No one has to convert to learn about stuff. What's so hard about sticking to the facts and how they relate to history?
In separation of church and state - - public schools should not allow Christian (or any religious/anti or non religious) T-shirt.
So in order to uphold this doctrine, right down to a T (which technically isn't even in the Constitution, and probably not even the Charter) we are
supposed to break other part of the Constitution or Charter which allow freedom of expression? And we're supposed to cripple the education of our
You're saying bend rules for the sake of other rules, despite the fact that the rules you're bending are more important than the one rule you're
accommodating...which isn't even technically written, only taken for granted. You make a lot of sense...
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