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Re: Religion in public schools

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Artemis420
Sun, 15 Aug 1999 16:38:08 EDT


In a message dated 8/15/99 9:40:33 AM EST, rojul writes:

<< And I myself even if brought up on this State religion I do not practice
it, go to church, etc., but we learned the ten commandments (which were of
course not Christian in the first place) as children and I think they are
just good moral rules for one to go by.
Well, enough now, but I have enjoyed this discussion much and I think it is
good how many of you teach about different religions.
Regards from the far north, Rosa >>
I was raised in England which has a state religion taught in schools
[Anglican], along with other world religions. I find that I have almost
exactly the same experience
as Rosa. Good sound sane knowledge helps to keep the nut cases in their
places.
Artie.


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