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Should schools advocating teaching Creationism alongside Evolution have to teach the Hindu creation story too?

Or the creation stories of all major religions for that matter? After all, don't Creationists want children to hear all sides of the controversy and decide for themselves? I know I don't want some biologist nut job shoving Evolution down my kids' throats without hearing what Shintoism has to say about the origins and history of life on Earth.

Asked By: I'm Here For The Gang Bang - 10/27/2010
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How about not teaching anything at all unless the child really wants to know what the government believes in...
Answered By: SP Aiken - 10/27/2010
Additional Answers (15)
People who advocate teaching creationism should be removed from positions that let them harm the education of children.
Answered By: Dreamstuff Entity - 10/27/2010
 
In the UK schools do do that. and not suprisingly the UK has one of the highest proportions of athiests/non believers around
Answered By: Rocky - 10/27/2010
 
Fire all the democrats first
Answered By: Jerry - 10/27/2010
 
I think that schools shouldn't teach on creation since nobody actually knows for sure. That way the parents can teach the kids what they feel is correct.
Answered By: Pastor D - 10/27/2010
 
No creationism. Just scientifically accepted theories and laws. If parents want kids to know about creationism they should teach them themselves.
Answered By: Lara Croft - 10/27/2010
 
They should spend every day learning the thousands of different creation stories, just in case any religious nutter who want's to mess with them behind their parents back misses out on the opportunity
Answered By: MtotheR MIGHTY RA! - 10/27/2010
 
Actually, the Norse cosmology (with of course, a more modern scientific view) explains things nicely... More
Answered By: Capercorn - 10/27/2010
 
Most teachings in secular schools are false in many areas of history,that's why belief systems are compromised. What is truth?
Answered By: Key Lime Humble Pie - 10/27/2010
 
Very interesting point. I'll have to remember that since I live in ISD Board dumbville. (aka- Texas)
Answered By: Le BigMac - 10/27/2010
 
One should not worry about Hindu, Christian, Islamic teachings etc at all. Teach lessons to have positive judgemental power lessons of humanity to children in school... More
Answered By: Jaysinh - 10/27/2010
 
I don't know how it is in the rest of the world but here in Sweden they don't allow children to learn about theories that are not internationally and scientifically accepted. The thing where creationist wants their children to learn the bibles version is in my opinion BS. That story is only valid in the christian part... More
Answered By: Big Heart - 10/27/2010
 
I studied this in College. I don't know why people feel the need to subject all children to Creationism when they likely get that education at church and study groups anyway. It's clearly just another method to try and force Creationism down the throats of others in the school system. This recent dogmatic approach that... More
Answered By: Cormac ONeill - 10/27/2010
 
I think it would depend on the community where the schools were. Some communities have different cultures. The important thing here, is to allow students to Think and Decide for Themselves what is true or not true for each of them...
Answered By: SurfUp - 10/27/2010
 
Actually I agree. Yes. These should all be taught in school... More
Answered By: Simon T - 10/27/2010
 
(quote) I don't know how it is in the rest of the world but here in Sweden they don't allow children to learn about theories that are not internationally and scientifically accepted."(en-quote... More
Answered By: ssrvj - 10/28/2010
 
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