Tuesday, March 02, 2010



Aussies are getting the point.

The South Australian Non-Government Schools Registration Board has issued policies that reject "a science curriculum in a non-government school which is based on, espouses or reflects the literal interpretation of a religious text in its treatment of either creationism or intelligent design''.

Australian Christians are, naturally, upset:

The chief executive of Christian Schools Australia, Stephen O'Doherty, said the board statement was too strident, removing the right to teach ''biblical perspectives'' as part of science. ...

He said if the South Australian policy was taken literally, ''it means you cannot mention the Bible in science classes''.

Uh, huh! Science in science classes; religion in religion classes. Makes sense, dunnit?

This satsang video is sponsored by University Of Metaphysical Sciences is the founder of UMS, which offers Bachelors, Masters, Doctorate D.D. and Ph.D. degrees in metaphysical subjects.
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