Oh and there should be no place for mocking any religion in school. But teaching evolution in a science class is not mocking religion
Oh and i'd hate to remind you but there are tons of christians that believe in evolution. Your christianity is not everyone's chritianity and evolution belongs to NO RELIGION it belongs to the realm of science.
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To the second part, I did not say that no Christians believe in Evolution. I know that there are many that do. One-Third of Americans Believe the Bible Is Literally True
I concede that there is something wrong with a teacher saying "God doesn't exist because of evolution" But that was not clear in the way you originally worded it. The way you first said it made it sound like you had a problem with him teaching evolution...as if that alone promotes athiesm. If thats not what you meant, then thats good we don't disagree then.To the second part, I did not say that no Christians believe in Evolution. I know that there are many that do. One-Third of Americans Believe the Bible Is Literally True
I do disagree with this idea that its "common" for teachers to rip on christianity....especially if this is what you are using as your proof. I think its way more common to have children indoctrinated into christianity in public schools unlawfully than the other way around.
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Teachers Can Mock Creationism - Court - YouTube
I very much think that it is common for professors or even HS teachers to mock Creationism and a very basic part of many peoples religious belief.