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rhertz 07-08-2007 05:48 PM

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Originally Posted by joepole
>In a word, a theory is "unproven".

See? Even rhertz doesn't understand what it means.

You did not specify if you were looking for connotation or denotation. I purposely did not surf up the "definition" before responding. I think most people relate to 1.

1 I reckon that confirms my theory hypothesis, thesis, conjecture, supposition, speculation, postulation, postulate, proposition, premise, surmise, assumption, presupposition; opinion, view, belief, contention.

Isaac-Saxxon 07-09-2007 09:50 AM

Look around at our youth and would you rather have Christian values or NO values or morals ? Now that is a hard question :rolleyes:

LateNight 07-09-2007 09:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
Look around at our youth and would you rather have Christian values or NO values or morals ? Now that is a hard question :rolleyes:

Don't believe that was hardly the question.. and even if it was, I would argue, that it doesn't have to be an either OR question.. meaning that a child can be taught right from wrong.. without it being "Christian Values".

I will also add, my children have gone to private catholic schools for most of their education to this point :)

Pocahontas 07-09-2007 10:02 AM

Why are your kids in Catholic schools LN if you aren't particularly fond of Christian values being taught? I thought that was the main reason kids went to Catholic schools!:confused:

Isaac-Saxxon 07-09-2007 10:06 AM

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Originally Posted by LateNight
Don't believe that was hardly the question.. and even if it was, I would argue, that it doesn't have to be an either OR question.. meaning that a child can be taught right from wrong.. without it being "Christian Values".

I will also add, my children have gone to private catholic schools for most of their education to this point :)

You go LN :clap: Nothing like Catholic Schools :D You can teach them right from wrong with out Christian Values but I would say if you would like to see those values stick for a life time you would be much better off with them understanding the Bible. MY OPINION ;) your kids and your choice.

Texasbelle 07-09-2007 10:17 AM

I prefer children with Christian values and principals. They always seem to have a better attitude, more polite and understanding, and just overall better people. For my children, their belief in the Bible and God's word applied to their life gives them a reason to base their choices on right vs. wrong. It's not just a decision but rather a whole reason backed up by the word of God.

LateNight 07-09-2007 10:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Pocahontas
Why are your kids in Catholic schools LN if you aren't particularly fond of Christian values being taught? I thought that was the main reason kids went to Catholic schools!:confused:

Never did I say I was against my kids being taught Christian Values.. my comments was on when "some people" start spouting "Christian Values".

I'm all for good christian values.. I'm all for kids being told right from wrong.. one is not exclusive from the other.

Isaac-Saxxon 07-09-2007 12:31 PM

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Originally Posted by LateNight
Never did I say I was against my kids being taught Christian Values.. my comments was on when "some people" start spouting "Christian Values".

I'm all for good christian values.. I'm all for kids being told right from wrong.. one is not exclusive from the other.

LN you are on the fence :laugh: talk to rhertz while you are there he is a pro ;)

LateNight 07-09-2007 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
LN you are on the fence :laugh: talk to rhertz while you are there he is a pro ;)

Everything in moderation, that's my motto :)


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