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Fundamentalist And Proud Of It :)

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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 11, 2002 15:38:39 UTC

I consider myself a fundamentalist, but I am not anti-science. I do not want to outlaw the teaching of evolution in our schools, but I want the students to recieve evidence for scientific
creation also. Why is it wrong to post the ten commandments in a state-owned institution? Does
it offend you that there is a plaque on the wall
telling you not to kill anyone? I also believe in a six thousand year old universe. I'm still learning the evidences for both creation and evolution, because I'm only 16 years old. So far,
all I've seen is evidence for creation. But I
enjoy a good debate, so I'm glad I found this forum. KC2GWX 73's

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