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Author Topic:   Which religion's creation story should be taught?
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Message 11 of 331 (115541)
06-15-2004 8:36 PM


Topic drift (or colapse)
Back to the theme, please.
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Message 48 of 331 (147825)
10-06-2004 2:16 PM


Focus on the topic theme please
Repeating message 1:
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If we are to teach creation in public schools, which creation story should we teach? Do we teach Genesis? If so which version of Genesis? Do we teach the story of the Norse gods carving the world from the bones of giants? Or the Hindu belief that the world is God's dream? Heck, even Christians don't agree on a literal six-day creation less than 10'000 years ago or Genesis as metaphor for divinely inspired evolution...
I say evolution belongs in the science classroom and creation belongs in comparative religion...
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Message 50 of 331 (147831)
10-06-2004 2:42 PM
Reply to: Message 49 by johnfolton
10-06-2004 2:17 PM


Evolutionary Theory is Religion?
This has been beat to death in the past, and the most recently active topic on the theme is now closed.
Perhaps you (Whatever) should propose a new "Evolution is Religion" topic. I think, however, it will have to go in the new "Remedial" forum.
Whatever, you seem to have absolutely no grasp of anything science.
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Message 75 of 331 (147981)
10-07-2004 2:04 AM
Reply to: Message 54 by johnfolton
10-06-2004 3:22 PM


Whatever suspended
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Just toss Geology 101, Paleontology 101 out, and leave the respectful sciences in, biology, micro-biology, soil sciences, etc...
Whatever, judging from the above, and the general nature of your other messages, I must flat out say "You are a babbling fool".
Giving you a cross the board suspension. Want back in? Discuss it with Percy/Admin at admin@.
This will also soon be announced at the Whatever gets to take a break (suspension).
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Message 147 of 331 (572247)
08-04-2010 11:02 PM
Reply to: Message 145 by Bikerman
08-04-2010 7:23 PM


Random administrative reference request (RARR)
Not that it doesn't too often happen elsewhere, but I'm going to butt in here and ask you to supply references/links for your there material.
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Message 223 of 331 (588638)
10-27-2010 12:00 AM


I suspect this topic has been about 0.1% on theme
Message 1 is:
If we are to teach creation in public schools, which creation story should we teach? Do we teach Genesis? If so which version of Genesis? Do we teach the story of the Norse gods carving the world from the bones of giants? Or the Hindu belief that the world is God's dream? Heck, even Christians don't agree on a literal six-day creation less than 10'000 years ago or Genesis as metaphor for divinely inspired evolution...
I say evolution belongs in the science classroom and creation belongs in comparative religion...
If anyone has anything to say that's on-topic theme, say it soon. Otherwise this topic is soon going to be closed down.
As always, members might want to consider proposing a new topic for the here off-topic material.
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Edited by Adminnemooseus, : Because I can, or something like that.

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