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Christian Groups: Biblical Armageddon Must Be Taught Alongside Global Warming

 

Also, why not teach the “Science of Prayer” beside the science of Medicine in the Science Classroom?

Well, this guy is why:

 

 

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Comment from laird lang
Posted: 29 May, 2010 at 8:46 pm

Well, the below (long, however a short point) gives an indication of Dwight Wrights ( I feel that I’m seeing a scam here, albiet sadly it could be true, probably is…) long suffering on behalf of his wife. “No greater suffering etc;”
Sir.R. just how does one keep from being pushed a canticle, where logic and sense are our domain, where (in my Estate, I have the sadness of inquietude apply to the live stock , and other , to the long term friends and faithful where I have to make a decision to alleviate a cared for life in a quick and humane manner, something I plan for myself, I just hope I know when to accept the time, I’m pragmatic), a moron like Abbott has a feint,I hope , chance of a laurel?
And that (Abbott ) gives character the below:
Yesterday the Texas School Board passed its new, conservatized social
studies curriculum by a vote of 10-5. These changes have
ramifications for the entire U.S., for textbook companies don’t like
to make special editions for just one state.

Here are a few of the curriculum revisions:

The United States will not longer be characterized as a
“democracy,” but as a “constitutional republic.”

Students will be encouraged to “question the doctrine of
church-state separation.”

The students will get to learn about the great achievements of the
conservative movement, including the leadership of Phyllis Schafly and
the Moral Majority.

“Students should study ‘the unintended consequences’ of the Great
Society legislation, affirmative action and Title IX legislation. He
[David Bradley] also won approval for an amendment stressing that
Germans and Italians as well as Japanese were interned in the United
States during World War II, to counter the idea that the internment of
Japanese was motivated by racism.”

Students still get to study President Lincoln’s Gettysburg
Address, but now supplement that with Jefferson Davis’s inaugural
address as president of the Confederacy.

Thomas Jefferson, the main author of the Declaration of
Independence has been removed from the list of “great thinkers.”
After all, what great thinker could advocate the separation of church
and state?

Martin Luther King’s “Letters from a Birmingham Jail” has been
removed from the suggested readings.

But not every amendment passed. Here’s one that was voted down.
According to The New York Times:

Mavis B. Knight, a Democrat from Dallas, introduced an amendment
requiring that students study the reasons “the founding fathers
protected religious freedom in America by barring the government from
promoting or disfavoring any particular religion above all others.”

It was defeated on a party-line vote.

Comment from laird lang
Posted: 29 May, 2010 at 9:13 pm

In case short term readers got bored;. Just a hint of Abbott and the Lyons Forum ,and Cardinal G. Pell, ( I insist that readers peruse the list on the Lyons Forum) , what upstanding holy image makers they are (makers!).
George was on ABC National radio 1.00 pm on Friday 28th this month, what an ingratiating flop this so called participate of damage (his religion) is. A manikin in the track of life.
This is: Thomas Jefferson, the main author of the Declaration of
Independence has been removed from the list of “great thinkers.”
After all, what great thinker could advocate the separation of church
and state?

Martin Luther King’s “Letters from a Birmingham Jail” has been
removed from the suggested readings.

But not every amendment passed. Here’s one that was voted down.
According to The New York Times:

Mavis B. Knight, a Democrat from Dallas, introduced an amendment
requiring that students study the reasons “the founding fathers
protected religious freedom in America by barring the government from
promoting or disfavoring any particular religion above all others.”

It was defeated on a party-line vote.

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