From: Carol or John Burgeson <burgytwo@juno.com>
Date: Thu Aug 04 2005 - 10:05:24 EDT

Terry wrote: "The problem here is that whatever is taught is always
taught from
some perspective.

 From what perspective is the science class being taught now? To
teach a-religiously says something about religion--that it's not
important for the topic at hand."

Agreed. To teach math a-religiously says that religion is not important
for understanding math. Similarly science.

Likewise to teach math without referencing culinary skills says that
culinary skills are not important for understanding math.

Note that the above does not say that math may not be important in
understanding both religion and culinary skills! <G>

Received on Thu Aug 4 10:45:33 2005

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