Bible study rules for public schools proposed

Feb 10, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Courier-Journal

FRANKFORT, Ky. - The state would create rules for teaching about the Bible in public high schools under a bill filed Monday by three Democratic senators.

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<quoted text>Joke or not, it is an immoral concept you seemed to agree with.
I think it is due to you forgoing logic and allowing a book to dictate your thoughts.
On that, we agree.

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<quoted text>It's funny...
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And you people would rather deny our faith, and knowledge to
do what you want...
"To do what we want..."

You are an idiot.

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NOT in the REAL world of Science AND logical thinking.....
"Just because you don't see it, does NOT mean it isn't there".
For example, if I swabbed an onion for some DNA, are you going to try and "tell" me just because I don't see, with my little eye...
You could still see it with a microscope couldn't you? Wouldn't that still be "seeing it"?

Get the point yet?

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ScienceProves wrote:
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NOT in the REAL world of Science AND logical thinking.....
"Just because you don't see it, does NOT mean it isn't there".
For example, if I swabbed an onion for some DNA, are you going to try and "tell" me just because I don't see, with my little eye, the strand evidence, it isn't there? Old, dried up dinosaur bones, maybe, but not a nice, fresh onion. Therefore, I would rely on my FAITH, to know of BETTER possibilities, and continue
We won't go into how many variables could be involved in such, and the different degrees of them, except to add that the contaminate factor could add another interesting element to the scenerio.
And don't try to deny it, or I will have to get just merely RUDE, and call you a stupid name or something childish like that.
"Just because we don't see it, doesn't mean it isn't there".
Why that newest quote even explains-
"Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind."
For those who seem to have trouble comprehending it to start with anyway.
You should change you handle.
The onion is there, the onion cells are there, the onion DNA is there. All of that can be seen, in one way and another. All of those have concrete physical existence. You are using a bad example. Let me help you out.
Can you see an electron? Can you see sound? Can you see infrared or x-rays? Can you see the inside of the closet while the door is closed? Can you see me at this desk? Can you see what someone is thinking, or how they feel? You do not deny those existences, do you?
Can you see unicorns and leprechauns? Can you see Santa and his elves? Can you see Odin, Ra, Brahma or Zeus? Why not? Maybe you merely have "trouble comprehending" them?
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You could still see it with a microscope couldn't you? Wouldn't that still be "seeing it"?
Get the point yet?
Well, I reckon since I! made the point, I had to have had comprehension enough prior to making it- "duhmmy".
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There have been interesting archaeological discoveries made that have verified information in the Bible. And it has not been unusual to conduct digs based upon Biblical information.
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Do you try and deny places like the Garden of Gethsemane, the Temple Dome, Isreal, Bethelehem, Judea, Egypt, Iraq, Mt Ararat (and on and on) just because you might not find the philolosophical aspects of reading materials all held within the same bindings, to be all in agreement of how you may believe (or not believe)?
Thank goodness, the sciences of say..ohh...archeology for example, do not approach their endevours with such close mindedness, or extreme amounts of pridefulness in their own beliefs, and nothing else except!
Nothing scientifically or historically interesting would ever be accomplished then!
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You should change you handle.
The onion is there, the onion cells are there, the onion DNA is there. All of that can be seen, in one way and another. All of those have concrete physical existence. You are using a bad example. Let me help you out.
Can you see an electron? Can you see sound? Can you see infrared or x-rays? Can you see the inside of the closet while the door is closed? Can you see me at this desk? Can you see what someone is thinking, or how they feel? You do not deny those existences, do you?
Can you see unicorns and leprechauns? Can you see Santa and his elves? Can you see Odin, Ra, Brahma or Zeus? Why not? Maybe you merely have "trouble comprehending" them?
You're issue is obvious-you lack comprehension in being able to differentiate between classifications of subject materials, and tools used in some instances to detect the presence of things like electrons, sound waves, live waves, radio freqs etc., all of which could actually be lumped into PHYSICS, rather than the bullchit 5th grade level Mentality of fantasy gwitter chitting unicorns, little green leperCONS, and elves of any sort, but does NOT apply to "Santa" because there was once a "Saint Nicholas" scribed about partially because of his acts of FAITH...and Ra and Zuess et al belong to the Egyptians, the Greeks, the Nordic tribes and the Hindu respectively, which are actually a little different even than Jesus, because even according to the doctrines of each classification, they did not exist on earth in a human form, not even perpetuated to have done so within the same doctrines.
And YES, it is easy to tell how people "feel" sometimes (duhm analogy)and no as of yet, Science has not been capable of telling what anyone is truly thinking per say..and can you imagine that? The utter chaos and destruction something like that could create.

Eeeewwwwwweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. .imagine a world like that...EEEEWWWWWE.
It's bad enough, the vileness often implemented when ignorance just ASSUMES it knows what any one else is thinking!!!

EWE!!!

Now get away. I don't need you, or anyone else, to think OR speak for me.
Worm duhmmy.

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do whut wrote:
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Cancer one day, no cancer less than two weeks later. This was the third fight with cancer in different places. Cancer free now for several years.
What does it take for you skeptics? Do you expect Jesus to come down and cure them in person and then go around and tell all 6.4 billion people on earth what He did?
How many times does this have to be explained to you and how many different ways? It's like a two year old that keeps swearing there's a monster under the bed.

Doctors will diagnose on the safe side with cancer, meaning if there's even a chance it's cancer they call it that until they know for 100% certainty, they continue to treat it as cancer. There are more people in cancer treatment without cancer than with, as a result, which is not a bad thing because most treatments won't harm a healthy person. Many times the cancer turns out to be a passing infection, depending on the location that could be another problem but not usually, or a collection of fat cells.

Sheesh, you are not even close to skeptical of anything.
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"To do what we want..."
You are an idiot.
What if no one wanted to stop at red lights or stop signs?

Duhmmy.

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Thanks again. Love these reminders of what hatred truly is.
Lets be truthful, you're an idiot and it's obvious.
Your holyhatebible should be no where near public schools........respect a religie.......not gonna happen........ Remember......

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I like this one! Like the EveintheGardenof one too, and a few other ones as well. Does it really matter, in a world of "virtual" of nothing with any real relevance anyway? If so, could you please offer moi a justifiable reason as to why?
And actually, Logically thinking anyway, and if one were to practice what they preacheth and had to TRUTHFULLY admit, the variable of monikers doesn't really matter WHAT name I use, I am still the same, Original someone, with plenty of history!! As in not someone just PRETENDING to be someone else, an odd, extreme behavior that I find to be rather warped and delusional, I might add.
Just because you might not see the same "name", doesn't mean the same "bearer" of them, isn't there!
Uh, huh. I use a "moniker" for real world anonymity, and a single registered account for forum identification. With a modicum of effort, anyone can find what precisely what I, ChromiuMan with the Escher print, has said to whom about what and when. Then there are those who prefer to use multiple aliases and AKA's. Pretending to be a multitude? Ashamed of mistakes? Fearful of responsibility? The basal motivations are likely furtive and deceitful, either way.
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There have been interesting archaeological discoveries made that have verified information in the Bible. And it has not been unusual to conduct digs based upon Biblical information.
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I know. Try telling that to some of the blockheads on here though lol.

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Well, I reckon since I! made the point, I had to have had comprehension enough prior to making it- "duhmmy".
Nope.
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You should change you handle.
The onion is there, the onion cells are there, the onion DNA is there. All of that can be seen, in one way and another. All of those have concrete physical existence. You are using a bad example. Let me help you out.
Can you see an electron? Can you see sound? Can you see infrared or x-rays? Can you see the inside of the closet while the door is closed? Can you see me at this desk? Can you see what someone is thinking, or how they feel? You do not deny those existences, do you?
Can you see unicorns and leprechauns? Can you see Santa and his elves? Can you see Odin, Ra, Brahma or Zeus? Why not? Maybe you merely have "trouble comprehending" them?
and about that onion thing-so is e-coli.

Eweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...nasty lil' microbes that they are!

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Sometimes wrote:
There have been interesting archaeological discoveries made that have verified information in the Bible. And it has not been unusual to conduct digs based upon Biblical information.
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There is history of the Jewish tribes recorded in the Bible. Then there are the Jewish mythologies, too - for which no amount of digging will ever find a trace of.

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What if no one wanted to stop at red lights or stop signs?
Duhmmy.
Then the law would cease to exist and lots of people would get hurt.

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I know. Try telling that to some of the blockheads on here though lol.
We're still waiting for someone to show these things. Still waiting for any evidence at all that your bible is true.
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Nope.
add Bite me then, to "Get away".

In this instance you may assume that the me part of the phrase, is a rock, covered in donkey dung frosted with glittery specks of lye compound washing powder, previously dipped in rancid terlet water, sauteed in year old goat lard, left out to cultivate it';s own microbes, in the sun of Ra.
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ChromiuMan wrote:
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There is history of the Jewish tribes recorded in the Bible. Then there are the Jewish mythologies, too - for which no amount of digging will ever find a trace of.
Why conceptual "discernment" and the ability to do so, is a GOOD thing.
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KittenKoder wrote:
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We're still waiting for someone to show these things. Still waiting for any evidence at all that your bible is true.
Why do some of you people insist on ignorantly lumping ANY category of book, as specifically belonging to anyone person, or group of people, in particular?

Is it too difficult to understand, that some people merely view ALL books, as books, and accept them just for what they are, books, that can be read and gleened form by anyone, no matter the race, creed or colors of the readers of?

If I read a Qu'ran in a library, does that make it "my" book? If I read the Torah, does that make it "my" book? If I read the BOM, does that make it "my" book?

I mean really, assumptions like those, must be a pretty ignorant state to have to exist in.

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