1. Standard memberUmbrageOfSnow
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    25 Aug '05 03:051 edit
    I have changed my mind, creationism in schools can be taught as long as all creation theories are taught equally. Check this out.

    http://www.venganza.org/

    http://www.badastronomy.com/bablog/?p=113
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    25 Aug '05 03:13
    Science kicks the crap out of religion.
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    25 Aug '05 03:15
    Originally posted by UmbrageOfSnow
    I have changed my mind, creationism in schools can be taught as long as all creation theories are taught equally. Check this out.

    http://www.venganza.org/

    http://www.badastronomy.com/bablog/?p=113
    That's a heretical offshoot of the Pasta Theory.
  4. Standard memberUmbrageOfSnow
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    25 Aug '05 03:34
    Originally posted by Checkmate187
    Science kicks the crap out of religion.
    somehow i don't think you read the articles
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    25 Aug '05 04:16
    Originally posted by UmbrageOfSnow
    I have changed my mind, creationism in schools can be taught as long as all creation theories are taught equally. Check this out.

    http://www.venganza.org/

    http://www.badastronomy.com/bablog/?p=113
    I'm in just so long as I can be named head lasagna.
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    25 Aug '05 04:18
    Originally posted by UmbrageOfSnow
    somehow i don't think you read the articles
    You figured that one out, huh?
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    Stopping the Progress of Science?

    By Brad Rowland

    The creation evolution controversy continues to heat up and stir debate; praise God for that. Several times a week I read articles appearing in the news stating that teaching creation in schools has a negative impact on “science.” Evolutionists assert that “If we allow creation to be taught, or even allow the review of the problems with evolutionary theory, we will be leaving our children and our nation unprepared for the future, because after all, isn’t this a debate between science and religion? Should we just teach religion in schools and go back to the dark ages? Should we allow the nations of the world to progress beyond us in science because of religious ignorance and Christian creation dogma”? This is an interesting argument, and if pursued properly could shed great light on how evolutionary teaching has done more to hold back the progress of science than to advance it.

    This is lenghty....if you would like to see the rest go here....

    http://www.truthortradition.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=566&mode=&order=0&thold=0
  8. SubscriberAThousandYoung
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    26 Aug '05 21:26
    Originally posted by checkbaiter
    Stopping the Progress of Science?

    By Brad Rowland

    The creation evolution controversy continues to heat up and stir debate; praise God for that. Several times a week I read articles appearing in the news stating that teaching creation in schools has a negative impact on “science.” Evolutionists assert that “If we allow creation to be taught, or even ...[text shortened]... http://www.truthortradition.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=566&mode=&order=0&thold=0
    That's a pretty good article. I think I see a few flaws in the author's position, but it would take a long time to analyze it. I'm still committed to going through Daniel and I am very lazy about that already 🙁.
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    26 Aug '05 21:411 edit
    Originally posted by checkbaiter
    Stopping the Progress of Science?

    By Brad Rowland

    The creation evolution controversy continues to heat up and stir debate; praise God for that. Several times a week I read articles appearing in the news stating that teaching creation in schools has a negative impact on “science.” Evolutionists assert that “If we allow creation to be taught, or even ...[text shortened]... http://www.truthortradition.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=566&mode=&order=0&thold=0
    Which of course you are totally for, correct? You want to let the
    inbred concervatives take crackpot "theories" which attempt to use
    scientific arguements not for the sake of science, that isn't even
    in the discussion, but an unbridled attempt for christianity to control
    yet another aspect of our lives, confusing young people and causing
    the smarter ones to see through the BS (thats what happened to me
    in my lutheran schooling, creationism wasn't even disguised in any way
    considering we had to memorize the catachism and in fact
    evolution was publicly scoffed, I believe my 6th grade teacher also
    the school principle putting like this "we didn't come up from some
    ape"😉 That was the beginning of my youthful enlightenment, that
    and my grandmother (real bible thumping pentacostal) telling me
    if I was only baptized in the LUTHERAN way (little sprinkle of water on
    forehead) and not in the PENTACOSTAL way, (full body dunking), I
    would be damned in hell forever. Even at the age of 8 I knew that
    was BS. I actually thanked her a couple of decades later.
    So instead of filling my head with creationist BS I thought the thing
    through for myself and saw what utter crap the whole myth is. Thank
    you for small favors....
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    26 Aug '05 21:41
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    That's a pretty good article. I think I see a few flaws in the author's position, but it would take a long time to analyze it. I'm still committed to going through Daniel and I am very lazy about that already 🙁.
    there enough anti-science already in that post that that shows it to be just more pretentious sophistry to make the rest of the site not worth reading , since that post alone clearly shows the intent is to turn science class into bible class.
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    26 Aug '05 21:43
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Which of course you are totally for, correct? You want to let the
    inbred concervatives take crackpot "theories" which attempt to use
    scientific arguements not for the sake of science, that isn't even
    in the discussion, but an unbridled attempt for christianity to control
    yet another aspect of our lives, confusing young people and causing
    the smarter ...[text shortened]... g
    through for myself and saw what utter crap the whole myth is. Thank
    you for small favors....
    Ditto.

    btw did you just get a black and silver keyboard?
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    26 Aug '05 21:47
    Originally posted by frogstomp
    Ditto.

    btw did you just get a black and silver keyboard?
    No, just the regular MS bent over one, why?
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    26 Aug '05 21:491 edit
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    No, just the regular MS bent over one, why?
    Im still not usED TO my key SIze

    edit darn caps lock
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