Stop teaching evolution lies to kids

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Jesus is alive

White Sulphur Springs, WV

#1 Sep 27, 2012
Evolution is as false as telling kids 0+0=1. The fossils and lineages in no way support evolution. Genealogy debunks evolution, as we can EASILY i mean easily did i say EASILY yet? See we come from one of Noah's 3 sons. Was no rain before the Global Flood. Oldest trees, etc only date back to around 4-5 k ago. Its time to stop feeding these kids with fairy tell crap about evolution. God has left more than abundances of his Creation to see it is true, Peter tells us that the fools will lie about science, history. You See God will use you for his purpose one way or another but the question is how will YOU be used, that's on you.
god doesnt exist

Pulaski, NY

#2 Dec 24, 2012
please show me proof that evolution isnt real. show me some proof that god exists. oh thats right you cant, all you have is a book that was made up by humans to scare people. the day jesus shows up at my door with money ill believe but until that happens I say your full of shit
Dirtfan

Mount Hope, WV

#3 Dec 24, 2012
Creationism does not belong in school. It is based on nothing but the "word" or God and a bunch of religious dogma that was written by other people, which basically amounts to a work of fiction. Do we teach fiction as fact in other classes? No, we don't. This is no different than teaching Lord of the Rings books as our ancient history instead of entertainment. Science class is for science; if anything, "creationism" belongs in religious studies.
What about the Bhagavad Gita? What about Australian myths? The Red Cloud is interesting, it could be related to the Toba Volcano.What about the origins of the earth based on Native American stories and myths? If you're going to include one religious idea, then all must be included.
Evolution is based on solid science and research, there is no reason to dispute the findings of 1000s of accredited archaeologists, anthropologists, geologists, biologists, and many other kinds of scientists, that have all found evidence that Earth has been around a really long time, the life forms that evolved here are extremely diverse for a reason, and there are discovered reasons our planet is the way it is today.
great day coming

Beckley, WV

#4 Dec 24, 2012
what a glorious day awaits our future generations as science penetrates more and more through the dismal mire of religiosity and spreads enlightenment to all parts of the world.
Great day

Chesapeake, VA

#5 Dec 24, 2012
great day coming wrote:
what a glorious day awaits our future generations as science penetrates more and more through the dismal mire of religiosity and spreads enlightenment to all parts of the world.
what a glorious day awaits our future generations as Jesus says one of two things" "Welcome thou good and faithful servant or depart from me ye worker of iniquity, I do not know you"
Still_Angel

Beckley, WV

#6 Dec 24, 2012
Great day wrote:
<quoted text>what a glorious day awaits our future generations as Jesus says one of two things" "Welcome thou good and faithful servant or depart from me ye worker of iniquity, I do not know you"
Alright now!:)

Merry Christmas!!! And Blessed New Year!!
scooter

Beckley, WV

#7 Dec 24, 2012
evolution is part of the new world order and satanic works but it isnt leaving any time soon

“Ain't you got a jack?”

Level 5

Since: Nov 11

Deepest Darkest Appalachia

#8 Dec 24, 2012
Personally, I believe in God and His creation, but evolution is going to be taught, and there is no point in hollering about it. Now if only they would say it's theory and not fact, that would be much more acceptable. That also isn't going to happen. As for creationism, that's up to the parents to teach. You can't force either belief down the throats of the children. It is ultimately up to the individual to decide which he believes.
Thank you

Beckley, WV

#9 Dec 24, 2012
Super Nifty Name wrote:
Personally, I believe in God and His creation, but evolution is going to be taught, and there is no point in hollering about it. Now if only they would say it's theory and not fact, that would be much more acceptable. That also isn't going to happen. As for creationism, that's up to the parents to teach. You can't force either belief down the throats of the children. It is ultimately up to the individual to decide which he believes.
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Thank you!
Dirtfan

Mount Hope, WV

#10 Dec 24, 2012
your religious belief, and what you want to teach your children to believe is certainly your right, Super Nifty. I would never dispute that at all. I am no religious; however respect those that are. They Do teach evolution is a theory; because until there is certainty, it cannot move past theory. I'm sure we all went through science 101. An idea starts as a hypothesis, then when facts and proof are gathered through testing, research, evidence to at least support that idea, it turns to theory. Theories are accepted because they are backed up. Theories also change and evolve (no pun intended) if the path changes. Science is a self correcting process, unlike religious ideals.

Either way, what is taught in school is an entirely different scenario. Creationism is based on Christianity, which is religion - and religion has no place in science, regardless of which one it is. I certainly understand if you do not want you child subjected to hindu, islam, buddhist classes because of your faith; I do not want any of my children subjected to Christianity classes. but science is not a faith and does not fall into the same category.
Mountaineer Freedom

United States

#11 Dec 27, 2012
Scientific theory is a BELIEF, and faith in something that can't be proven, or hasn't been proven, and is asking someone to believe in the possibility of it's existence. That's pretty much the definition of religion too, and schools should explain both religious theory's, and leave it up to the children.

“Virtue flourishes among equals”

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Since: Dec 12

Gothenburg, Sweden

#12 Dec 27, 2012
Evolution is Science's greatest discovery! Our species took a step up in becoming mroe than just animals when we learned to drop magic & myths of the past.

“Virtue flourishes among equals”

Level 1

Since: Dec 12

Gothenburg, Sweden

#13 Dec 27, 2012
Teaching magic & myth in schools by way of religion is going backwards and harmful to uor children. I am so glad there is a separation of church and state because honestly i want my children to know the facts and grow up well rounded humans.
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“Ain't you got a jack?”

Level 5

Since: Nov 11

Deepest Darkest Appalachia

#15 Dec 27, 2012
Sapientia et Veritas wrote:
Teaching magic & myth in schools by way of religion is going backwards and harmful to uor children. I am so glad there is a separation of church and state because honestly i want my children to know the facts and grow up well rounded humans.
Wouldn't a well-rounded education also include learning about religions, cultures and philosophies, outside of a science class, that is?
Mountaineer Freedom

Ballwin, MO

#16 Dec 27, 2012
I know when I was in school I had to take Mythology, and a lot of children didn't have good parents to explain how their gods were false. Children are very impressionable at a young age, some even believe what they watch on TV as being real. This country would be a lot better off if the ones that didn't have a good mother, or father to explain to them the reality of life for them to at least read the Bible.
Dirtfan

Mount Hope, WV

#17 Dec 27, 2012
If the bible should be read in school, then it's only fair to include all religious texts. Period. All, or none. So many complain that they want the ible in school; however, in the hypothetical scenario, if their children were forced to learn say, scientology, and go by it's texts, they would be in an uproar. There's a reason it's not included - and much to most who feel it's "attack on christianity" it's not. It's only fair that if one is included, all are. Here's a list. Teach the bible, fine. But all of these must be included to be fair. And I'm sure there are more out there, I just stole this from wiki.
5.1 Asatru
5.2 Atenism
5.3 Ayyavazhi
5.4 Bah' Faith
5.5 Bn
5.6 Buddhism
5.7 Cheondoism
5.8 Christianity
5.9 Confucianism
5.10 Discordianism
5.11 Druidism
5.12 Druze
5.13 Ancient Egyptian religion
5.14 Etruscan religion
5.15 Ancient Greece
5.16 Hermeticism
5.17 Hinduism
5.18 Islam
5.19 Jainism
5.20 Judaism
5.21 LaVeyan Satanism
5.22 Mandaeanism
5.23 Manichaeism
5.24 Meher Baba
5.25 Native American Church
5.26 New Age religions
5.27 Orphism
5.28 Pastafarianism
5.29 Rastafari movement
5.30 Ravidassia
5.31 Samaritanism
5.32 Scientology
5.33 Shinto
5.34 Sikhism
5.35 Spiritism
5.36 Sumerian
5.37 Swedenborgianism
5.38 Taoism
5.39 Tenrikyo
5.40 Thelema
5.41 Unification Church
5.42 Urantianism
5.43 Wicca
5.44 Yrsn
5.45 Yazidi
5.46 Yorb
5.47 Zoroastrianism
but what if

Pineville, WV

#18 Dec 27, 2012
Super Nifty Name wrote:
Personally, I believe in God and His creation, but evolution is going to be taught, and there is no point in hollering about it. Now if only they would say it's theory and not fact, that would be much more acceptable. That also isn't going to happen. As for creationism, that's up to the parents to teach. You can't force either belief down the throats of the children. It is ultimately up to the individual to decide which he believes.
If we have to say that evolution is a theory, don't we have to do the same for religion and say it's a theory too?

I mean, Bill O'Reilly was on Fox News saying that Christianity was a philosophy, not a religion. And Bill O is the Fox News word of God, after all.

And as to creationism, I'm all for it being taught in school... As long as it's the true story of creation detailing the lotus growing from Vishnu's navel that Brahma spilt to create the heavens, sky, and earth.

“Ain't you got a jack?”

Level 5

Since: Nov 11

Deepest Darkest Appalachia

#19 Dec 27, 2012
but what if wrote:
<quoted text>
If we have to say that evolution is a theory, don't we have to do the same for religion and say it's a theory too?
I mean, Bill O'Reilly was on Fox News saying that Christianity was a philosophy, not a religion. And Bill O is the Fox News word of God, after all.
And as to creationism, I'm all for it being taught in school... As long as it's the true story of creation detailing the lotus growing from Vishnu's navel that Brahma spilt to create the heavens, sky, and earth.
I already said that creationism has no place in school. The poster I replied to seemed to be implying that learning about religion is not a good idea.

Level 6

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#20 Dec 28, 2012
Dirtfan, I agree, it you are going to teach one, you should be required to teach all. That would let the student actually know that all of it is basically bullshit, created by the ruling elite to control the dumb masses. Sorta like today, your Ultimate Messiah or King Obama is pulling the same shit now.
wondering

Princeton, WV

#21 Dec 28, 2012
Has anyone ever heard of the separation between church and state??!!!

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