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Should Creationism be taught alongside Evolution in science class?

#1UnfairRepresentPosted 2/25/2013 4:36:16 AM
Or not? - Results (135 votes)
Yes. Equality for all!
6.67% (9 votes)
9
No. Keep Creationism in religious studies only.
54.81% (74 votes)
74
No. Keep Creationism out of school entirely.
37.04% (50 votes)
50
No. Keep Evolution out of school entirely.
0% (0 votes)
0
No. Keep them BOTH out of school entirely.
0.74% (1 votes)
1
I don't know.
0% (0 votes)
0
Other.
0.74% (1 votes)
1
This poll is now closed.
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#2Polish_CrusaderPosted 2/25/2013 5:26:56 AM
lol! What? Why would you keep creation out of a biblical studies program (like with the keep it out entirely option)? That does not make sense. THis is what im talking about when i say a lot of atheists say and do things on here that just simply does not make sense.
#3MrSmadSmartAlexPosted 2/25/2013 5:40:15 AM
I voted option 2. I think Creationism is completely ridiculous, but it's been a part of our history, and I don't approve of censoring history. There's no way it belongs in a Science class, though.
#4DarkContractorPosted 2/25/2013 6:38:43 AM(edited)
Polish_Crusader posted...
lol! What? Why would you keep creation out of a biblical studies program (like with the keep it out entirely option)? That does not make sense. THis is what im talking about when i say a lot of atheists say and do things on here that just simply does not make sense.


i think he was just covering all the possibilities. I don't expect anyone to actually vote for it.


I'm fine with all the evidence for creationism being taught in school ^x^


edit: well, i stand corrected
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#5bratt100Posted 2/25/2013 6:17:01 AM
We never had religious studies back home. It was kept out of school entirely. The only schools that had it where private or catholic schools.
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#6UnfairRepresent(Topic Creator)Posted 2/25/2013 8:07:08 AM
bratt100 posted...
We never had religious studies back home. It was kept out of school entirely. The only schools that had it where private or catholic schools.


Technically those schools are the only ones that follow the Constitution
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#7lastheroPosted 2/25/2013 8:55:05 AM
Polish_Crusader posted...
lol! What? Why would you keep creation out of a biblical studies program (like with the keep it out entirely option)? That does not make sense.


Because it's not just BS science, I think it's BS theology, too.
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#8IamvegitoPosted 2/25/2013 8:58:57 AM
Religion has no place in school. Keep it in the church/ temple/ whatever.

Unless of course, you're like me and studying "religion." That's different than indoctrination.
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#9Bugfragged13Posted 2/25/2013 9:49:22 AM
I remember an English teacher once had the class write their own creation myths. In mine, space dust came from supernatural dandruff. Good times.
#10Lord Lu BuPosted 2/25/2013 10:22:48 AM
Creationism isn't even science. Why some try to push it into science classes is pure lunacy. And the rest of the world is laughing at us for it even being up for debate.
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