'teach evolution instead of creationism'
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by anonymous on 2005-12-21 16:03:51
One shouldn't be open-minded to foolish claims which with years of time, have not come up with any viable evidence. Evidence should be taught as it is, a theory. However. A scientific theory doesn't mean "A guess" or "What we personally think" For something to become theory in science, it needs heavy evidence to back it up. While we don't know all the ins and outs of HOW we evolved. We KNOW we evolved and we know Genesis is wrong. 7 "God days" doesn't work either because the word used was yom, which means short amount of time. Furthermore, as God rested on the seventh, so is the sabbath. Why would their be such a rule on humanity if the genesis story was not meant to be taken literal, with God resting on the seventh. Evolution and religion should not mix. Its like telling a mentally healthy person its good for them to take medication to cure schitzophrenia. If you aren't stupid, why lower yourself?

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