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Cyborg_Putin
Cyborg_Putin Feb 24 2013, 12:04am says:

Just by curiosity, did teacher taught (or are teaching) you about Evolution in school?

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Feb 25 2013, 12:29am replied:

yes and no, my highschool science teacher enjoyed the 60s too much and often got confused on what she was doing.

sometimes we got lessons on evolution or other real science othertimes we got random ramblings on how pizza relates to the multi-verse
we were tested on both

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Mobius89
Mobius89 Mar 14 2013, 4:26pm replied:

Not really. We did something in our Religion class (yes, we have that in Italy, but it's not mandatory) and I let you imagine what happened. My religion teachers were:

Elementary school: creationist but I was too young to be shocked about it.
Mid school: believed in theistic evolution, I appreciate that.
High school: creationists, one brought up mitochondrial Eve as proof, said we don't have transitional fossils. I had fight with her (she was a nun).

Things changed at University. I study Geology, many professors are atheists, and I think there are many other atheists among my profs who just don't want other people to know.

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CommanderDef
CommanderDef Feb 24 2013, 1:10pm replied:

I think whole Europe teaches Evolution in schools. Even Poland does, as far as I know.

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Medusa_Zenovka
Medusa_Zenovka Feb 24 2013, 12:23am replied:

In my school they did.

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Yuribeard7
Yuribeard7 Feb 21 2013, 6:39am says:

Okay I'm glad that my question was answered peacefully without some raving foaming at the mouth jerk chiming in. I'd like to point out something though in response to Deer's responses. The Quran says to kill anyone who refuses to convert or tries to leave. The Bible says to "shake the dust from your sandals and move on". The Quran also says to lie in order to further "Allah's" agenda. The Bible says lying is a sin and should not be committed. How exactly are they the same again?(rhetorical question)

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70 Feb 21 2013, 3:57pm replied:

Oh really? In where in Q'ran that is said exactly?

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Feb 21 2013, 7:49pm replied:

again i doubt yuri has ever read the Quoran (or the bible by the sound of it)

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Spudman619
Spudman619 Feb 21 2013, 4:25pm replied:

He paraphrased.

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ComradeWinston Creator
ComradeWinston Feb 21 2013, 11:29am replied:

I can't be expected to say Islam is not far worse than Christianity at this point. Generally, besides places like Africa, Christianity has been neutered so its nothing too concerning as it is dying of a terminal illness.

However Islam is pretty much only significantly present in nations with the most backwards cultures on the planet, so when they finally get their **** together it'll probably have the same fate as Christianity.

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MattmanDude
MattmanDude Feb 22 2013, 1:47pm replied:

While I normally wouldn't jump in on these conversations.

You say Christianity is dying of a terminal illness. Interesting. Well I just did some checking on the ol' Wikipedia (not the greatest source of information I admit but fast and easy, lol).

As of the early 21st century, Christianity has around 2.3 billion adherents, out of about 7 billion people.

En.wikipedia.org

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ComradeWinston Creator
ComradeWinston Feb 22 2013, 8:58pm replied:

Christianity is trending into the dirt and unless Scientology starts picking up some members it probably wont be replaced. Germany and the UK are abandoning religion at a promising rate and at this rate might well be joining the nations of Scandinavia in being mostly non-religious nations along with other local nation which either are already or are on the same path.

When it comes to the US, the predominantly white portions of the empire(besides the south/midwest) will soon eventually be trending far more towards non-religiosity. Besides just the culture in general my time in High School was very telling of this. About maybe at best 1/3 of the people in my grade were religious in any meaningful way. On the very rare occasions at the mention of religion in class the response was always overwhelmingly negative.

The reason though; education.

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juicytoot
juicytoot Feb 22 2013, 11:15pm replied:

That bible belt of ridiculous christians wont go away.

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Cyborg_Putin
Cyborg_Putin Feb 22 2013, 2:37pm replied:

Oh great, my country is one of the bluest... lol.

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