David Barton says there is no need to debate the teaching of Creationism in public schools, because the Founding Fathers made clear that we needed to do so.
Tags: David Barton, Founding Fathers, evolution
the Bible and the Testament are impositions upon the world, that the fall of man, the account of Jesus Christ being the Son of God, and of his dying to appease the wrath of God, and of salvation by that strange means, are all fabulous inventions, dishonorable to the wisdom and power of the Almighty; that the only true religion is Deism, by which I then meant, and mean now, the belief of one God, and an imitation of his moral character, or the practice of what are called moral virtues — and that it was upon this only (so far as religion is concerned) that I rested all my hopes of happiness hereafter. So say I now — and so help me God.
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Um… What did I just read?
Why do diesels produce more torque than petrol engines?
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