The benefits of illegal proposals
Dennis R. Preston
preston at PILOT.MSU.EDU
Thu Feb 24 18:38:49 UTC 2000
It's not the jopb of schools to ignore things which consitute legitimate
academic material; a history of comparative religions strikes me as just
such an area. Let's all try to get it in all our schools. Bet we won't have
as much success as the Kansas Board of Education did in introducing
comparative accounts of the way things are (and got to be that way), whther
legimate sicnetific accounts or not.
>--- "Dennis R. Preston" <preston at PILOT.MSU.EDU> wrote:
>> Would a course in comparative religions be no
>Ignoring the 10 C's or hoping they would go away is
>more what I had in mind as the no-action option.
>James D. SMITH |If history teaches anything
>SLC, UT |it is that we will be sued
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> |or slowly and cautiously.
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