Religion has no place in schools, unless its a relgious school.
thats fine just keep the evolutionary lies to a minimum...Don't teach my kids there is no god. Especially if you insist they have to attend school.
You forget that evolution is more fiction than fact. If you don't want religion in schools then do away with evolution as well. That's all origin theorizing is. Don't be a hypocrite its either all or nothing.
I'm lying when I say trust me
8th June 2004
Saquist You forget that evolution is more fiction than fact. If you don't want religion in schools then do away with evolution as well. That's all origin theorizing is. Don't be a hypocrite its either all or nothing.
You must be joking. Sure, evolution is just a theory, but it is more fact than fiction compared to the bible. I don't see any proof of anything in the bible compared to the amount of facts there are about evolution. If evolution doesn't exist, then how does a woolly mammoth have 98% identical DNA as an elephant? The point is, the bible is just a book that someone wrote; there is no proof to it.
Then lets stick with the facts....Evolution is unproved...unless there is anything else to it...then lets skip it ...because it too requires faith to believe in since it isn't proven and it certainly is completely unobserved.
Master of realaity. You obviuosly no nothing about either evolution or the bible to make that acertaintion. So you're working on faith too.
08'aIgnorance is not an excuse
28th November 2003
Master of RealityReligion has no place in schools, unless its a relgious school.
Here you must take Religion classes in the basic school (but Sweden is still the least religous country in the world). That class teaches you about all major religions though, so it's not like going in a private Catholic school ;). The teacher I had in Religion was the same I had in history.
Keep ID in theology classes, evolution in biology. Evolution does have scientific components to it, which is why it should be taught in science class. Whether creationists like it or not, creationism doesn't have scientific components.
I support creationism, but I also follow evolution. So I am being as impartial as possible here.
It theory not facts...fact support the theory just like religion is theory too....
creation established the world as, and I quote " the circle of the Earth. " and hanging upon nothing" long before science ever proved it through...
So since you didn't know this can I assume you haven't any Idea what the bible is a bout...
Did you also know the bible established the ways of cleaning and keeping clean to avoid infection and passing deseases long before science proved germs were contagious or that germs even existed?
There are third world countries that haven't even figured this out. And you owe your current state of living thanks the laws of health set out in the bible. The Western and European worlds owe this to the bible.
So much for unscientific...
That has nothing to do with science though. Just human knowledge over a period of time. Trial and error.
I know exactly what the bible is about. I study theology. That is why I am able to give an informed decision about this. I agree with many components of the bible. Yet I still believe ID has no place inside a biology classroom. Biology deals with cellular life, life processes, and these processes have to have some sort of evidence to them. Evolution has evidence. There are many holes in evolution, but you can't discredit the idea of evolution based on a couple holes. Evolution can be split into many different sub-catagories. Each sub-catagory has issues in it that may or may not have been solved. This is why evolution is considered much more than a hypothesis. It is a theory, with a lot of scientific backing to it using technology invented over the course of two centuries.
That has everything to do withyour so called science..
Scientific theory works on a method. Observation, Question, hypotheisis, theorizes, and verify. This is not biology...Its working with the unkonwn not the establish...
biology has nothing to do with evolution
ThirtyTwo Of course its a scientific theory it was made up by a scientist, just like the Earth being flat was a scientific theory! Before you label something "religious pseudo-scientific", conduct your research a bit more thoroughly so you know for sure waht are talking about, otherwise your just as foolish as that ill-informed judge!
The Earth being flat was a theory, but not in the scientific term. Evolution is a scientific theory. Evolution has something called evidence, and while we can't prove it, there IS a reason why almost all scientists believe in it.
evidence however does not make it verified.
i think the reason why they believe in evolution is because it is the only theory that they think explains life. But its not the only one.
Its certainly not the only theory.
The point is school should be teaching us what we've discovered as fact. College is for theory. The government is thus inflicting there point of view of atheism on the people....
The result of such actions can be seen in russia where the people have been prevented from learning about religion.
This defined by the constitution is illegal. And the US is becoming more russian the more they insist to teach an unproven theory in school as fact.
That's FAR worse than than teaching that things in life have a creator. At least the process of creation by mans hands is proven and observed by man.