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Louisiana public schools teaching Christianity and belittling other religions

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http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/4647961?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000009&ir=Religion

Does anyone around here experience this stuff? I've heard some stories regarding Concord schools but not CMS. My son's old charter school played with the line a bit. I think the charter schools being introduced will be full of this stuff.

Some of the new charter schools in NC are going to be in churches and were previously private Christian schools.

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I do not like prayer in school nor do I want biases for OR against religion in school.

 

 

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Science is not biased against anyone. It's just science.

 

If you think that teaching evolution and not teaching creationism is "biased" you don't have a clue how science works.

 

Science has nothing to say about Jesus, Buddha, or Olivia Newton John's character from "Xanadu".

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Science also told us there would be no polar ice caps by 2013

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Wow it's like I just say it and it comes true

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Science also told us there would be no polar ice caps by 2013

 

if science worked like religion scientists would be telling us that they're actually gone and the reason it looks like they're not is because the debil is tricking you

 

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Point was, the "science" that you bow down to cannot get things right within 30 years, but you still bow down to it for their "30 million years ago" scenarios.

 

Not against parts of evolution at all, but also take things with a grain, sometimes a block of salt.

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My daughter had a substitute who was in for a science class...started to make it a sunday school lesson and debunked any of the science for the day. Very productive!

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Science also told us there would be no polar ice caps by 2013

 

No it didnt.  Quit being intentionally stupid

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admittedly science was drunk that night.

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Point was, the "science" that you bow down to cannot get things right within 30 years, but you still bow down to it for their "30 million years ago" scenarios.

 

Not against parts of evolution at all, but also take things with a grain, sometimes a block of salt.

 

quit trying to work this ridiculous angle that people worship science or that it needs to be "bowed down to".  they're not analogous and it's clear you're trying to make it seem like the same arguments can tear both down.

 

statements like this are particularly hilarious when you consider that almost everyone who drives a car, takes medicine, or really participates in modern society at all blindly trusts science in countless ways.  maybe someone living off the grid eating a can of beans in the woods doesn't (or doesn't nearly as much) but i doubt that's what you're doing right now.

 

did you worry about planes falling out of the sky and crushing you while you drove to work or a gas pipeline exploding and burning you alive today?  lol keep bowing down am i right

 

let's make this simple: is there a better way to understand the world around us than scientific inquiry?  does any one religion provide a better way to treat diseases, solve massive engineering problems, feed the planet, or invent new energy sources?  i'd gladly follow that religion.

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