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Of course Creationism should be taught in schools! It's the only theory on the origins of reality that has evidence to support it. We could teach evolution in public schools, but it would take forever to teach all of the facts that refute it.

Northern Christian, Christian Forums 20 Comments [7/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Adrian

If by facts you mean, crap you people made up.

1/3/2007 7:11:49 AM

Trask

Of course, sir! Creationism, 101, right this way.

You see, in the beginning there was Ra...
(Whisperwhisper)
What? Oh... Zeus and his mighty pantheon...
(Whisperwhisper)
Allah?
(Whisper)
Vishnu?
(Whisper)
The Flying Spaghetti Monster?
(Whisperwhisperwhisper)
Psshh. Like anyone would believe that 'Yahweh' crap.

8/20/2009 11:42:30 PM

David B.

"it would take forever to teach all of the facts that refute it."

Because that's how long we'd have to wait for you to come up with some genuine ones.

8/21/2009 5:14:33 AM

Canadiest

Kinda like proving pye's wrong. You can't. Nothing creationist have come up with has been valid.
C'mon, one 'fact' against it.
And for grade school purposes they only teach the basics.
By the time you graduate wood-shop you've spent forty times more on that and you're still useless at it,

And if we're teaching creationism then you're using Genesis and you could spend ten semestors on "the facts that refute it." on Noahs Ark alone!

8/23/2009 11:01:55 AM

preacher's kid

I'm a high school biology teacher. When I get this kind of crap said to me, my standard reply is "I teach science, not mythology." BAM!

8/23/2009 11:16:30 AM

Anon-e-moose

"Of course Creationism should be taught in schools! It's the only theory on the origins of reality that has evidence to support it"

Kitzmiller vs. Dover says otherwise.

8/23/2009 11:55:15 AM

moose

You know...I do think creationism should be taught in school. In fact, I say teach it using equal time. Teach real evolution half the year, then spend the next half of the year teaching "creationism". And I mean....all of it. Seeing how each Native American tribe each had their own version, and each of the something like 10,000 religions also have their own version, that would come to about two minutes in class teaching about "in the beginning....".

8/23/2009 2:13:20 PM

Angua

Of course the theory of evolution should be taught in schools! It's the only theory on the origins of life that has evidence to support it. We could teach Creationism in public schools, but it would take forever to teach all of the facts that refute it.

There. I fixed it.

8/23/2009 2:26:57 PM

Mat

"It's the only theory on the origins of reality that has evidence to support it"

Firstly, why do creationists constantly seem to think that evolution is in any way related to the origins rather than the development and diversification?

Secondly, what evidence - their idea of evidence is simply pointing out minor holes in science and gleefully declaring it proof of God.

4/20/2010 8:30:19 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Another F- in biology.

4/20/2010 8:31:14 AM

Swede

As soon as creationism reaches Scientific Theory status we'll think about it.

Psst: Kitzmiller vs Dover.

4/20/2010 8:38:57 AM



@Angua

Actually, that would take more like 5 minutes.

4/20/2010 9:27:15 AM

Allegory for Jesus

...how can so many people be so hideously misinformed? Damn it's depressing.

7/28/2010 9:48:21 AM

Hosta_Mahogey

"It's the only theory on the origins of reality that has evidence to support it."

Reality has a beginning?

I should totally get stoned for this.

3/28/2011 1:01:25 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Biology wasn't your major, was it?

2/27/2013 12:25:32 PM



You can teach creationism in public school science classes right after we can teach evolution and modern science in every Sunday school class.....it's only fair to 'teach both sides' everywhere, right? You ok with that? You wouldn't want the kids to get a skewed worldview, would you?

And who says your creation myth is the correct one? Oh, of course, YOU do...

http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Origin_of_life

...so much for the separation of church and state.

2/28/2013 4:53:51 AM



Of course Evolution should be taught in churches! It's the only theory on the origins of reality that has evidence to support it. We could teach creationism in churches, but it would take forever to teach all of the facts that refute it.

There, fixed.

2/28/2013 5:01:34 AM

Justanotheratheist

I have more evidence that there are unicorns living in my garden than you have for creationism. Fairytales do not belong in science class, so take your make-believe rubbish and fuck off.

2/28/2013 5:06:19 AM

Blarghonius

"it would take forever to teach all of the facts that refute it."

Yeah, you're right. It is really damn hard to truly explain the concept of nothing.

3/1/2013 12:12:11 AM

Pmorg

Evolution. It's a theory. Theory means evidence has been found supporting it.

Creationism. It's a hypothesis. No solid evidence has been found supporting it.

Methinks someone got confussled.

3/1/2013 11:43:14 AM
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