wolf560 wrote:On a serious note.....
I prefer to have what can be proven empirically to be taught in school and what can be felt spiritually to be taught either in the home or in some form of religious atmosphere. So while it might seem OK to teach a little religious philosophy in High school the door it opens cannot be shut easily.
Three things actually occur to me;
1. What religious philosophy is "OK" to teach in High School
2. Would the local church mind teaching any non-religious philosophy in Sunday School.
3. Who would be responsible for keeping everything on a level playing field?
I have several degrees and have studied History all my life, I am a trained educator and have taught classes as complex and involved as they come. I have had classes as small as five and as large as 500 and have always been told that my classes are worth sitting in on every time. I have taught curriculum from Metaphysics to Marksmanship, Simple Shamanism to Complex Explosives to people ranging in age from 18 to 55.
Other than working with unstable explosives..... one thing terrifies me the most...
A classroom full of teenage students...... (LOL)
I'd rather leave those students to the experts.....regardless of spiritual content or not...
Nico wrote:My aim would be to broaden the mind a bit, not to teach a particular religion or spirituality.
Nico wrote:My aim would be to broaden the mind a bit, not to teach a particular religion or spirituality. Perhaps you could even invent some sort of generic religion, to prevent some problems with existing religions.
DJ Droood wrote:...it is the job of 4chan to educate and indoctrinate our children.
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