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Old 02-23-2005, 08:59 AM   #71
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Originally Posted by Abert Einstein
"Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind."
Originally Posted by Some comic I heard Somewhere
If man came from apes, why do we still have apes around?
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When it comes down to it, the real education should come from your parents on matters like these. Personally I don't think anybody has it straight. Einstein said "Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school." I can see that. Personally I think they should teach it all of it or none of it. That way it gives everybody something to be ticked off about (except for those who actually want to form their own opinions).

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In regards to the petition linked to by the original poster: I am NOT against any form of religion or teaching creationism or any other religios beliefs on how the world began. However, IMO, religious teachings belong in a theology/philosphy class, NOT a science class. Would you teach theories on physics in your bible study class? It just doesn't belong there. As this thread clearly points out, the two subjects are at odds in their very deffinitions. Teach science in the science class. Teach theology in a theology class. IMO, a public school system with an exposure to world religions (no single religion given any more ground than another) would do well to help us understand each other. But that cannot be tought in a science classroom; It is not science.

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If youv'e read it you know it ain't no "childs story book",
Keep in mind that girls were also married off as soon as they were able to menstruate back then too. -.-;
We are far to young and clever
-too* in retrospect the irony hurts
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Keep in mind this has nothing to do with the original topic.

Since this topic does not seem to be able to stay on topic and it seems to have run it's course anyway...I'm locking it.


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