I think Creationism SHOULD be taught in schools

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Posted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 6:37 pm



sxetnrdrmr wrote:...and following up on the issue as to whether we teach every religions creation story...most of them are exactly the same, just with different characters and settings. It is cool to think how all of the creation stories evolved (hmmm, imagine that) out of roughly the same one, which had/has it's origins in the old animistic (pagan) religions. The major Western based religions (Christianity, Judaism, and Islam) changed theirs to fit a more rules/control/patriarchal/monotheistic view point, and the Eastern religions (everything other than the 3 Western ones) pretty much keep the stories the same, with changes just reflecting cultural and societal histories, heroes, and rule systems.

The fact that this point still has to be argued in this day and age of instant information and technology proves how back-asswards we still are as a country...this and the whole out of control gun thing.

Creationism needs to be addressed in history/theology/philosophy classes, or as some have mentioned, a historical belief in science (just like flat worlds and stars revolving around planets)...and if and when it does, a smart teacher would teach ALL of the creation stories, and how they all interrelate with each other. It is really quite fascinating

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Re: I think Creationism SHOULD be taught in schools

Posted: Fri Mar 31, 2017 6:50 am



I believe all of the main methods of belief should be taught, but we should not sway students in either direction. It's best to teach students HOW to think, not WHAT to think.
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Re: I think Creationism SHOULD be taught in schools

Posted: Fri Apr 28, 2017 7:45 am



I think this is SNAREscience


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