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Old 01-06-2011, 10:08 PM   #31
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Are you a creationist in the sense that you think the Earth is 6000ish years old, or in the sense that the Earth may be billions of years old, evolution occurred but God was the spark behind it?

I am a creationist. I believe in a one universal God.

I also believe that God, very often, works things out in the natural order of life.

It's wonderful mystery
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Which is the bigger mystery:

The beginning of the universe?

Or when will iron horse start answering questions?

Inquiry minds want to know.
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Which is the bigger mystery:

The beginning of the universe?

Or when will iron horse start answering questions?

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What is your question?
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What is your question?
Where should I start...

I actually didn't have one in this particular thread but others did, it's just polite to try and answer them...
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I would prefer that there no Religion taught in schools anymore. From what I have gathered, because Religious is a contentious issue in any group setting, it usually becomes very watered down. Most schools that i have encountered that don't teach Religion usually have a very large "we" component that makes up for Religion. Schools at root, are still geared to community values with or without religious Education.

It seems that taxpayers the world over should be vigilant about how their funds are being spent. Teaching exclusively Religious matters in school seriously denies the children the abilities they need to tackle global demands. Teaching religion is 'easy' compared to difficult subjects like Math and Science.
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