Originally posted by Bleeeeep
reply to post by DelayedChristmas
"Teach the history of each religion. Teach how it came to be. Teach what they accept as truth and why and how that acceptance came to be. Teach from
the perspective of outside looking in."
You either know that's an erroneous line of thinking, and you use it to promote your agenda, or you need to work on your critical thinking skills; and
I say that not to berate you, but to challenge you to think about what you're actually saying.
I would debate the topic with you but I cannot tell if your sentiment is an atheistic agenda or just a befuddled analogical inference.
What makes you say I am following an atheistic agenda, because that's a first one. First time I have been thought of possibly following an atheistic
Now, the question I have for you is this: Did you read the post in its entirety? And if you did, what would make you think that the sentiment behind
the proposition is a befuddled analogical inference, which I don't think you are using the word in a correct context.
Paraphrased: Religion classes should be taught in public schools only if taught by those with no agendas. The class shall be called Religious
For instance: Biased take on the causes of the civil war:
The civil war was fought to free the slaves.
The civil war was fought over socio-economic reasons as well political reasons. There were many contributing factors to the civil war, but the popular
assessment of the war being exclusively fought for the emancipation of slaves is incorrect as we can see after reviewing these topics: 1,2,3,
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