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olddawg26
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re: Mississippi public school forces students to listen to Jesus lecture


I honestly didn't think evolution was up for debate anymore.

DNA advances, the fossil records and genome project pretty much sealed the deal unless you're gonna be willfully ignorant about something very obvious.






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NC_Tigah
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re: Mississippi public school forces students to listen to Jesus lecture


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I honestly didn't think evolution was up for debate anymore.
First anthropologic evolution theory remains in flux. There certainly are holes and unanswered questions. I say that as a staunch supporter of the theory. Claiming "the science is completely in" is simply an endorsement of ignorance.

Second, I believe Katy's point related more to the insistence by some that atheism and evolution be joined at the hip. They aren't.




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REG861
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olossal load of horse shite. One "viewpoint" (evolution) is based on scientific discovery, which follows the scientific method- you know, that basic concept we all learn in 9th grade
Everyone referencing my post is mistaken to connect the statement "presenting multiple viewpoints" specifically only the two viewpoints of "creationism" and "evolutions".

I never raised the two issues.

I own a copy of The Descent of Man. I understand and accept evolution science.

I own a copy of The Bible. I do not at present see an unresolvable conflict between evolution and religion in general.

Stop putting words in my post just to throw up straw men to be blown apart in the considerable force of you own hot air.


Sorry, I wasn't singling you out, I didn't even see your original post in its context. I agree that religion and evolution are not irreconcilable.

But 'multiple viewpoints' is frequently employed as some stupidass catch phrase to defend the encroachment of Christianity into schools. I've sene it used frequently to imply that the only two viewpoints are creationism and evolution






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Bayou
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re: Mississippi public school forces students to listen to Jesus lecture


Olddawg26:
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I honestly didn't think evolution was up for debate anymore. DNA advances, the fossil records and genome project pretty much sealed the deal unless you're gonna be willfully ignorant about something very obvious.

This is ignorance at it's finest. How much have you willfuly swallowed without knowing the facts? Did a professor slam this down your throat in order for you to get a passing grade or have you actually researched it on your own. The Fossil Record, alone, will prove how wrong you are.
LINK
The vast majority of you have swallowed gross misrepresentations and have created a faith of your own.



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SavageOrangeJug
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It could have been a lot worse. They could have been forced to listen to one of the Kenyan Moron's propaganda speeches.





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NC_Tigah
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Fossil Record, alone, will prove how wrong you are.
Archaeopteryx?






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Bayou
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Archaeopteryx?

Rex's specialty area!






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Bayou
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OTOH, the assumption that science must be atheistic is unfortunate

The assumption science disproves The Bible is unfortunate.
Equally unfortunate is the fact so many will discard the truth for a resentful lie in which they do wish to believe.






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