Atheists, How Do You Feel About Your Tax Dollars Being Used For Teaching Young-earth Creationism?

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20 Responses to “Atheists, How Do You Feel About Your Tax Dollars Being Used For Teaching Young-earth Creationism?”

  1. Шayƒ – says:

    Completely disgusted, to be honest.
    > “Mansfield Christian School, in Ohio, teaches science through the creationist Answers in Genesis website, run by the founder of the Creation Museum.”
    No, they DON’T teach science! They teach religion.

  2. Hipster says:

    It is? LMFAO!

  3. Creation says:

    It says a lot about a religion when it has to rely on shady political moves rather than the merits of its ideas.

  4. ▄︻̷̿┻̿═━ says:

    Finally, Christians are able to educate the youth about creationism, if Science can be taught in Public Schools, so can Creationism.

  5. Dee says:

    lol there’s no end to this 😀

  6. Kyle says:

    However, we Christians just have to shut up when our tax dollars go o teach evolution.
    Bias obvious.

  7. Tones says:

    I would just tell the government to shut this down
    And they will

  8. There is only Draven says:

    I won’t stand for this.
    That’s why I’m sitting down.

  9. Mighty Thor says:

    It makes me sick to my stomach.

  10. Pope DinoNyko the Deinonychus S says:

    wait a minute my tax dollars? wtf l pay tax in southamerican pesos

  11. SixthBoo says:

    Chrisitans, how do you feel about your tax dollars being used to teach atheistic evolution and secular humanism?
    And this is a more prevalent problem.

  12. Ronnie says:

    Home School

  13. Doubting Like Thomas says:

    Some of my $$ go for that, some $$ go for launching drones which kill a few Bad Guys, and a rather uncomfortable number of innocent bystanders.
    Ain’t nothing we can do about it, since God doesn’t care enough about it to make people stop either activity.

  14. Tomfool says:

    That’s it. I’m not paying any taxes.

  15. FUN GUY says:

    This is the beauty of America. Taxes get used to benefit many different things. One can not expect taxes to go only to the things they agree with.

  16. ryankirk says:

    It can’t.
    That would show the government is supporting a religious belief and therefor is a violation of the Freedom of Religion
    A religion isn’t a course that can be taught in public schools. Science is.
    PS
    Scientific knowledge gets you farther in life than dismissing everything everyone says because you don’t want to go to an imaginary place as punishment.

  17. Richard B says:

    tax dollars should NOT be used to promote a specificreligionss are tax exempt by law
    there is a huge difference between teaching that such a belief exists in the diverse culture of America and teaching it is and accepted Scientific fact, or well established theory
    as a theory it is open to support or denial by evidence. I never heard of any evidence to support it other than counting dates in the hebrew bible stories
    BUT the idea of Deep Time only started in the late 1700s in Europe to explain layers in rocks
    read “the Map that changed the world”

  18. Exodus 20:1-17 says:

    I like the idea. I would gladly give my tax dollars for such a worthy endeavor. I am a Christian, not an atheist. I love the idea of examining both ‘theories’ side by side. It is what science is all about, examining ALL the evidence before a conclusion is made, unlike what is perpetuated today. Information suppression or marginalizing is pathetic and foolish.
    GOD bless

  19. Diet Cola says:

    As a Christian I guess they would feel the same way I feel knowing my taxes go to fund abortion and sex changes for college students.

  20. Gum control says:

    The public education system is broken anyway. No point in trying to fix it now.
    and BTW: some don’t even pay taxes, so I’m sure it’s of no concern to them.

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