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Response to Viva_Daddy (Original post)

Tue Feb 10, 2015, 02:15 PM

15. +1. Agree, though your third point is somewhat vague, to me. I assume you mean teaching creationism,

countering evolutionary theory in educational curricula, etc., etc. I think individuals can ignore those on a personal basis but should not impose that "ignorance" on others - especially in education as we are seeing happening more often. Or proposing that religion is an essential basis for a government. That is anathema to a pluralistic society. Those that advocate that are well aware of the intent, imo. All the more so to push back, which is also happening.

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