Originally posted by FMF
Perhaps one of the best-known advocates of the “Christian nation” theory in the U.S. is Texan author and evangelist David Barton. Among his recent claims are that the Founding Fathers had the entire debate over creation and evolution and that the they explicitly rejected Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
Any thoughts on Barton's arguments?
Its an absolute joke that for over 50years the great debate of whether to teach the kids creationism or evolution in the class room is still going on.
The joke is that we have false evolution in one corner and false religion in the other corner trying to to convince the other of their origin of life theories.
When we speak of creationism ......why is Christianity the flag bearer with its false doctrine and nonsensical teachings.
Creationism is certainly the way life came to manifest............but Christian creationism with its false Genesis theory leading the charge, only attracts ridicule amongst the people with its 6500 year old universe theory - and its one life theory - and its animal slaughtering - and its turn the man Jesus into God fabrication - and its get your sins cleansed by the church through atonement - and its burn in hell if you don't become a Christian etc.
False region can never be taught in school and either can false science.
This debate will go on for eternity until people become honest and reject false science and false religion.........and embrace true knowledge found in the Vedas.
*And that is the true Vedas - and not the Vedas you find online written by pseudo authors who speculate and fabricate.
Hinduism is not the Vedas...............and when the Supreme Personality of Godhead gave the Vedas to mankind - he did not give Hinduism.
The word Hindu does not exist in the Vedas.
Hinduism is a concoction of ideas and wrongly understood Vedic knowledge coming about by speculation and fabrication by unqualified persons.