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Well, I mean, teaching children to hate and despise belief leads to people who avidly defend atheism, even religously defend atheism. The unquestioning belief in one idea is never the right choice.
You say "usually," but often times it's not. Many times composition/division occurs among the teachers and they teach the broad theories right along with the scientific theories and facts. Some have even gone as far as to use it a reason to tell their students how to live their lives, and that is what I'm against. I've been to a lot of schools and dealt with a lot of youth and I can assure you that it happens a lot, at least in my region.
I wouldn't put it along with history, because history is usually taught as fact and mixing in such a huge variable such as beliefs could throw off the process.
I don't deny evolution: I accept it's facts and near undeniable theory, but I question some of the broader theories such as abiogenesis.
abiogenesis is not a part of evolutionary theory. it's a completely separate thing.
evolution explains only why populations and species change over time
abiogenesis attempts to explain how life originated.
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Obviously I was not being serious when I wrote that comment.
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