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To: ClearCase_guy

Yes, but luckily we are using their own tactic of political correctness against them. The left always want to “fair”, so let’s show them fairness and teach all facts for a more comprehensive and truth based curriculum.


20 posted on 06/25/2007 6:23:54 PM PDT by Alien Syndrome
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To: Alien Syndrome
But... the "facts" of creationism come from a grab bag of tribal stories and jingoistic posturings. They are as much fact as the events in Frosty the Snowman. Unless you believe that the "prankster God" has gone out of His way to try and deceive every single person on Earth.

But don't let that slow you down. I'm sure your school district is well overfunded & can afford to pay the huge legal fees the first time this old "teach em both!" chestnut is tried and, again, fails.

Is there a reason that the Christian creation myth somehow deserves a place in a science curriculum while voodoo or Native American creation myths do not?

24 posted on 06/25/2007 6:37:01 PM PDT by Jonathon Spectre (Nazis believed they were doing good.)
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