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OldSquid49 August 3rd, 2015 3:35am

The theory of creation is valid and should be taught in schools as one possible theory.

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08/03/15 12:55 pm

What do you mean by the theory of creation? Strict creationism? 10,000 year old world? Or a 14 billion year old universe created by God?

08/03/15 12:51 pm

By creation, do you mean a God creating the world? That should be taught in religious class, not science, as that is religious based belief.

phen nebraska
08/03/15 12:43 pm

The way this is worded, I agree. There is no problem with it being presented and taught as a 'possibility'

d6410 Texas
08/03/15 12:03 pm

No, kids should be taught the most viable option that is supported my evidence. Creation should only be taught by parents if they want to teach their kids that.

08/03/15 10:39 am

I don't see how you can teach kids that creation is how things happened. There is no proof for it. It's a religious theory. Leave it out of schools.

TomLaney1 Jesus is Lord
08/03/15 10:15 am

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08/03/15 6:20 am

You should read "Battle over the Meaning of Everything" by Gordy Slack. The answer to your question lies there.

chinito Florida
08/03/15 3:12 am

It should be mentioned that millions of people believe in it.

08/03/15 6:17 am

Millions of people believe that GMOs are bad, and vaccines are bad. What is your point?

chinito Florida
08/03/15 7:01 am

We cannot be that arrogant that we can't acknowledge that there are different opinions.
Plus, science is changing all the time. Probably, someone tomorrow is going to discover that GMO are bad. It has happened over and over again.

chinito Florida
08/03/15 7:05 am

For example, years ago all the produce was organic. Then, they discovered that pesticides will kill insects and other organisms. So, everyone had to comply and start using pesticides. Now, pesticides are bad for us....

andrewmac Paris
08/02/15 10:21 pm

It should. While students may not agree with it, it is a valid theory and just because you don't agree with it doesn't mean others don't. The same should apply if there were to be another major "scientific theory" Anyway schools shouldn't be biased

08/02/15 9:39 pm

Creation? You mean evolution? I'm pretty sure Christians and Atheists both believe in creation.

08/03/15 12:08 am

Oh, I didn't see your other poll. I know what you mean now.