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Thu Jan 24, 2013, 09:43 AM

19-Year-Old Zack Kopplin on Creationist School Vouchers



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Reply 19-Year-Old Zack Kopplin on Creationist School Vouchers (Original post)
celtics23 Jan 2013 OP
papa3times Jan 2013 #1
Dawson Leery Jan 2013 #2
judesedit Jan 2013 #3
judesedit Jan 2013 #4

Response to celtics23 (Original post)

Thu Jan 24, 2013, 09:57 AM

1. What a great young person!

Taking money out of the public schools to put into the teaching of this nonsense is nothing short of a criminal act!

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Response to celtics23 (Original post)

Thu Jan 24, 2013, 01:40 PM

2. We should all oppose our tax dollars going towards theocratic indoctrination.

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Response to celtics23 (Original post)

Thu Jan 24, 2013, 01:56 PM

3. Religion is a way of controlling people,taking their money, and killing many in the name of the Lord

I am a Christian. I believe in Jesus and what he tried to do for the world. I do not believe everything the Bible says word for word. For one, noone really knows the meanings of the original words, especially when being translated to an entirely different lanuage. Whoever translates gives their meaning. And do you know how many times it has been translated, altered, chapters removed? Either do I. That's precisely why I do not take it literally. I have read the entire Bible twice and the New Testament about 5 or 6 times. Different versions of each. Christianity, and all organized religions, are a form of power. Religious "leaders" try to make people feel guilty about everything they believe and do that isn't in their playbook. You are only allowed to do what they say you can do. So to repent the people give them their money and say their Hail Mary's. The number of people who've died in the name of religion is too huge to know. It's bullshit. Jesus taught goodness, caring, love for each other, honesty, peace, sharing, giving and how to pray to our Father. These hypocritic zealots are so far off course, it's not one bit funny. And to think there are people in 2013 who listen to their bullshit is beyond me. The real government program called "The Dumbing Down of America" is absolutely working. It's time you guys checked it out so you know what's being done to you and your children. It's called brainwashing. Look up "the deliberate dumbing down of America". Learn a major lesson in life.

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Response to judesedit (Reply #3)

Thu Jan 24, 2013, 01:57 PM

4. Thank you Zach, for trying to bring truth to your state, this country and the world

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