I don't see anyone being forced to believe anything.
Oh, that's the argument? Well dang, I thought you said it was hard to find anyone wanting to teach these beliefs in classrooms. My bad, here I thought you were lying
I see legal changes removing punitive restrictions on teachers who make the mistake of mentioning their personal beliefs in a classroom setting though.
Just to be sure we're on the same page here: you are arguing that this legislation is not an effort to teach creationism in classrooms (for example, the public schools that, er, teach creationism), but to protect teachers who "accidentally" mention it?
Wow, usually you're better at lying than this. You feeling tired today?
Not sure how that even remotely equates to forcing people to believe in creationism.
I'm confused. What, in your mind, would "force" people to believe in creationism... anything short of putting a gun to their heads and demanding they believe it?
I just happen to think that hiding information is the wrong way to prove a position to be true.
Hey there, abstinence-only education.
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