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Bible Study in Public School

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If they teach Bible as well as the schools teach science and math -- this could be hilarious.

 

 

 

 

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Then what the hell are all these places of worship for?


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Then what the hell are all these places of worship for?

 

 

Since you asked:  There have always been special places for bad behavior, where the respectable went to commit their nasties.  Dive bars were for drinking cheap booze.  Opium dens were for smoking the hard stuff. 

 

Churches are gathering places, for the most disgusting drug of all.  Not the most dangerous.  Only the most disgusting and depraved.  For purpose of activities, that no descent person would wish to be associated with.

 

 

 


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I still say religion, buybull, gawd, whatever, does not belong in school classes.


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I still say religion, buybull, gawd, whatever, does not belong in school classes.

 

 

You're right of course.  Scripture has no place in Public School, aside from literary or historic -- cultural analysis.

 

Then again, where do people learn a hatred of history, science, math, literature, etc?  School.  Long term, it is the pious who will regret.  The way to make people vomit up something, is to force it down their throat.  


Edited by jonathanlobl, 09 January 2019 - 06:16 PM.

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I suggest Muslims teach Christianity, Hindus teach Islam, Christians teach Hinduism, etc. The results would be hilarious.


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I suggest Muslims teach Christianity, Hindus teach Islam, Christians teach Hinduism, etc. The results would be hilarious.

 

Why stop there?  There are Pagan and other Polytheistic academics; who have much to say about Monotheism.  

 

As a child, I was subjected to Jewish Sunday School. I got an earful about Monotheism being a wonderful advancement.  They never said why it was a wonderful advancement.  Only that it was.

 

A Jewish take on the New Testament -- analyzing why Jesus is not the Messiah -- could also be an eye opener.

 

How about a Seventh Day Adventist, doing a Bible course on the correct Sabbath Day?


Edited by jonathanlobl, 11 January 2019 - 05:44 AM.

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