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Yet our schools teach kids at a 'gullibly young age' about dinosaurs and other things that may not agree with Christianity.

sonfire, PlanetWisdom 12 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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The same way you teach kids at a \"gullibly\" young age about Christianity and other things that don't agree with fact and basic reasoning?

2/2/2007 9:45:53 PM


Pot. Kettle.

Kettle. Pot.

2/2/2007 11:29:42 PM

What'd I Do

... Good?

12/8/2010 6:11:49 PM


Oh shut up, you're just pissed that you can't easily poison everyone and their grandma with your brand of insanity anymore.

12/8/2010 7:45:13 PM


Holy shit, stop the presses. Our schools are teaching things that are real that don't agree with the batshit crazy xtianity? Well, call up the fucking pope. Moron.

12/8/2010 8:39:56 PM


It's not in any way societies job to promote myth.

12/9/2010 6:18:30 AM

David B.

That's because the onus is not on reality to conform to your mythology.

12/9/2010 6:24:35 AM


Those pesky facts...how dare they pollute our children's minds.

12/9/2010 8:00:28 AM


"Yet our schools teach kids at a 'gullibly young age' about dinosaurs and other things that may not agree with Christianity."

Good. And you have to thank Judge John E. Jones III for ruling the way he did in Kitzmiller vs. Dover, thus setting the precedent, therefore making the teaching of 'I.D.'/Creationism in all US educational establishments illegal and unconstitutional.

PROTIP: Judge John E. Jones III is a Conservative Christian. Just. Like. You, sonfire. And he was personally appointed to the Federal bench by president George Dumbya Bush, a Conservative Christian who believes in Creationism. A president voted in - twice - by Conservative Christians who believe in Creationism.

Just. Like. You.

You ultimately made your educational bed, now lie in it. And deal with it.

I love the smell of Hubris in the morning. Smells like... victory.

12/9/2010 8:50:09 AM


It's called getting an education. Pity you didn't try it.

12/11/2010 2:06:11 AM

No-one seems to have told Ken Ham, of the Creation Science Museum, that dinosaurs don't agree with Christianity. Has he been gullible too?

12/11/2010 9:37:58 AM


Yet churchs teach kids at a gullible young age of talking serpents and boats that carried everything that ever lived that don't agree with reality

12/12/2010 8:43:52 AM

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