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Offline ak.yonathan

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Personally, I don't think any religious beliefs should be taught in a Science class.


Personally, I don't think there should be a dichotomy between science and religion. If something is labelled as religion that doesn't necessarily mean that it's not science.



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Personally, I don't think any religious beliefs should be taught in a Science class.


Personally, I don't think there should be a dichotomy between science and religion. If something is labelled as religion that doesn't necessarily mean that it's not science.



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Do you have any examples, I'm struggling to think of any.
Don't quote me on that........

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Personally, I don't think any religious beliefs should be taught in a Science class.


Personally, I don't think there should be a dichotomy between science and religion. If something is labelled as religion that doesn't necessarily mean that it's not science.



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Do you have any examples, I'm struggling to think of any.
At this point no, nothing comes to mind. Doesn't mean they're not out there, though.

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Kevin, do I really need to search the forum to see if I have ever posted my previous residences before reporting you? Clearly you know you're floundering if you are resorting to doxxing me in lieu of making an actual argument. I'll reply to the meat of your post after it's removed.

mooby, i have no idea what any of ^this is supposed to mean.

would you please dumb it down for me so i can understand you?

ah, i see.

you needn't bother to reply, mooby. i've made the point that needed to be made. whether you agree doesn't matter.
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nothing i have read since my post means jack s**t to a registered voter who believes in creationism.

sorry, no cigar.

what could prove creationism wrong?  (this is a real, legitimate question that MUST be answered)

re-posting this, because it's important (nay, critical)
Religion=institutionalized superstition

Apologetics=the art of making s**t up to make other made-up s**t sound more plausible

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nothing i have read since my post means jack s**t to a registered voter who believes in creationism.

sorry, no cigar.

what could prove creationism wrong?  (this is a real, legitimate question that MUST be answered)

re-posting this, because it's important (nay, critical)

Good point... If something can't be falsified, then where can you really go from there?
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nothing i have read since my post means jack s**t to a registered voter who believes in creationism.

sorry, no cigar.

what could prove creationism wrong?  (this is a real, legitimate question that MUST be answered)

re-posting this, because it's important (nay, critical)

Good point... If something can't be falsified, then where can you really go from there?

exactly.  Unfalsifiable = NOT science
Religion=institutionalized superstition

Apologetics=the art of making s**t up to make other made-up s**t sound more plausible

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nothing i have read since my post means jack s**t to a registered voter who believes in creationism.

sorry, no cigar.

what could prove creationism wrong?  (this is a real, legitimate question that MUST be answered)

re-posting this, because it's important (nay, critical)

nothing, as far as i know, boots.
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"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming 'WOW-What a Ride!'" ---yellow dog racing

 

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