The big bang theory violates many known laws of physics, was not seen by anybody, and has not been proven to even be possible much less to have happened - and yet it is taught in schools across the country as scientifically valid. Does that too raise questions in your mind?
It makes me thankful that you are not teaching science. Does that help?
posted on 02/23/2009 5:02:11 PM PST
Said js1138: It makes me thankful that you are not teaching science. Does that help?
I am teaching science, (but not at public school) and as a matter of fact I start each class off with reading a couple of verses from Genesis and if a video I'm showing talks about the earth being millions of years old, I stop the DVD and ask my students how long it really took God to create the world and they say "6 days!"
Does that help any?
I did notice that you completely skirted around my questions -- all of them!
So how about it? Be scientist and address the issue
posted on 02/23/2009 8:35:55 PM PST
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