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Re: “USUAL SUSPECTS ‌ Jesus vs. Darwin

The quiet is interesting. The day after and no posts. I took a "Bible as Literature" class many moons ago in high school in California of all places. It didn't do me any lasting damage, nor did I become born again. I agree that we should be no more afraid of the Bible being offered as an elective to students than we are of offending the bible-thumpers with evolutionary science, but I also don't see it as a compelling need to spend time legislating this. There are other topics I think should be mandated or offered to students, but the reality is, many of them are locked into college-prep classes and have little opportunity to take electives anyway. My daughter had room for about 2 electives her entire 4 years in high school. She took kickboxing. Those students who might choose a Bible class probably already know it pretty well and would hoping for an easy "A." Sen. Grooms needs to move on to something that matters to the real lives of high school students -- like get some Starbucks coffee stores going in SC!

Posted by rightfromtheleftcoast on May 31, 2007 at 5:42 PM

Re: “THE USUAL SUSPECTS ‌ Stop Me Before I Wipe Again!

Happy to have found Graham again! As usual, remarkable ability to poke holes in liberal logic with style and humor. The posts tell it all - he inspires deep emotion and visceral responses! Great for business. By the way, the person making the earlier post referring to "journalism" better look up the meaning. Graham isn't reporting news - it's an opinion column. And obviously, people care about his opinion. Not only do we read, we post. Duh.

Posted by rightfromtheleftcoast on May 1, 2007 at 3:32 PM
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