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Old 03-22-2012, 03:04 PM   #76
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they blame it on teh aliens instead
According to the Bible, God isn't from here either, since he supposedly created the earth, which..........makes.........him............AN ALIEN!

heh. heh.

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Old 07-18-2012, 06:18 AM   #77
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Whilst you Merkins have had to use the courts in ludicrous battles with cretinists creationists, us cross-ponders have to date steered reasonably well clear of such horseshit finding its way into our education system. However, our slack-jawed education minister has now given the go-ahead for three 'free schools', which will be run by private organisations with creationist views, using tax payer’s money.

One of them, Grindon Hall Christian school in Sunderland has this steaming heap of shite as its policy on how it will deal with creationism –
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Creation


We will affirm the fact that “God created the world and everything in it”. We will affirm that he did so “ex nihilo” – out of nothing.

We believe that God, as sovereign Lord of the universe, is capable of creating the world in a few 24-hour days, or over a period of millions of years.

We do not share the rigid creationist’s insistence on a literalistic interpretation of the first chapters of Genesis. We believe it is honouring to, and consistent with a belief in, the inerrant Word of God to accept that the opening chapters of Genesis, as do many other places in Scripture, contain much that appears to be poetic. Thus, to insist on a literalistic interpretation of the passage(s) in question – which most Christians certainly do not feel obliged to do in regard to other instances of poetry and apocalyptic writings in the Bible - might in fact be very mistaken.
We are therefore very happy to believe that God could have created the world in six days. But we do not feel that it is helpful to affirm it as an unarguable fact.

We do not believe that the very plain evidence supporting a lengthy process of evolution needs to be challenged by Christians.
However, we vigorously challenge the unscientific certainty often claimed by scientists surrounding the so-called “Big Bang” and origins generally.

We believe that no scientific theory provides – or ever will provide – a satisfactory explanation of origins, i.e. why the world appeared, and how nothing became something in the first place.

We will teach evolution as an established scientific principle, as far as it goes.

We will teach creation as a scientific theory and we will always affirm very clearly our position as Christians, i.e. that Christians believe that God’s creation of the world is not just a theory but a fact with eternal consequences for our planet and for every person who has ever lived on it.

We will affirm that to believe in God’s creation of the world is an entirely respectable position scientifically and rationally.
I can confidently predict that either some vile shit will soon be hitting a few fans, or we are about to let a few wankish schools start churning out a new generation of deluded kids at my expense!

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Old 07-18-2012, 08:13 AM   #78
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Soon you will join us down here in our world educational ranking.

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Old 07-18-2012, 08:55 AM   #79
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Whilst you Merkins have had to use the courts in ludicrous battles with cretinists creationists, us cross-ponders have to date steered reasonably well clear of such horseshit finding its way into our education system. However, our slack-jawed education minister has now given the go-ahead for three 'free schools', which will be run by private organisations with creationist views, using tax payer’s money.

One of them, Grindon Hall Christian school in Sunderland has this steaming heap of shite as its policy on how it will deal with creationism –


I can confidently predict that either some vile shit will soon be hitting a few fans, or we are about to let a few wankish schools start churning out a new generation of deluded kids at my expense!
Not unless the bizarre metamagical deluded belief of the Religious Nuts are link to a neurological disorder like schizophrenia cognition deficits, the ChristPsychotics creationist will be allowed to build schools, creationism museums, universities ( i,e Liberty, Brigham Young, Bob Jones, and the hundreds of Methodists Schools that accept a resurrected zombie that saves with blood as true) keep infecting the brains of children enjoying tax except status and there is NOTHING the mentally healthy aka atheist can do due to their blindness, afraid to insult the ChristPsychosis infected imbeciles that belong in mental institutions so their neurological condition could be addressed.

Let's keep in mind Zombie God Delusion ( christianity) as well as all religious faith anomalies are creations of the brain not the ass...and when the brain malfunctions, these deluded-false beliefs are accepted as reality. A fact easily proven in a neurology lab.
Keep accepting religiousPsychotics ( people of faith) as SANE people and when the develop full blown ChristPsychosis they will bite your ass, just as an asp.
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Old 07-18-2012, 10:08 AM   #80
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Soon you will join us down here in our world educational ranking.
Don't fret - we're improving in our shitstorm creativity tactics and the NSS and BHA are giving the education minister some ear-ache. Your basement position is quite safe!

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Old 07-22-2012, 06:39 AM   #81
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Soon you will join us down here in our world educational ranking.
I don't we'll ever get THAT bad

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Old 07-22-2012, 10:38 AM   #82
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I your educational system is already that bad.
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Old 07-22-2012, 01:46 PM   #83
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I you're probably write.

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Old 07-23-2012, 02:05 PM   #84
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Old 07-25-2012, 09:49 AM   #85
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Another little win for the heathens.

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Parents and teachers at a school in Dagenham who campaigned against its closure and amalgamation with a church school have won a victory after the local council announced that the school will remain open as a community school.
.... and I agree totally with the NSS sentiments
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"Local authorities and the Government need to be aware that while faith schools may be desirable for some, the imposition of faith-based education on those who do not want it for their children is completely unacceptable. It is vital that education free from religious influence, privilege and discrimination is strengthened in the UK, particularly given the long term decline in church attendance."
In other words – ‘keep your fucking shit out of my schools’

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