My Wife Wants My Son Taught Evolution

A father asks how to resolve marital tensions over his son learning un-Christian evolutionary theories in public school.

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A father asks how to resolve marital tensions over his son learning un-Christian evolutionary theories in public school.

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7 Responses to “My Wife Wants My Son Taught Evolution”

  1. leslie scott says:

    I Would ask her which one she was chimp or ape.sorry but that is why God said for us to not be unequally yoked..spiritually problems will arise while raising your children.Teach him both and the truth will overpower..and that is God!trust that he said his word will not return void..thats my advise.she wants to feel important by passing belief,however if you are a child of God you are not passing belief but truth!

  2. Bobby Ray Wright says:

    What you ought to do is remind her that she needs to submit to your authority and remain quiet. You’re the man of the house and don’t let the little lady forget it. Women should remain under men’s authority, that’s why the Holy Bible says for them to not speak in church and to submit to their husbands, and we strong Republican men need to remind our women where they stand in the eyes of Almighty God.

  3. Nathan says:

    It’s already too late. I see that swimming pool in your backyard, and I know your little missus is breeding little amphibians to come evolve out of the water IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD!!!

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  5. Belgian Guy says:

    Oh my God (no pun intended) i cannot believe that this is serious. Evolution is a wonderful thing. It means that everything in this universe is becoming better. If you believe in God you can see Him as a force that powers evolution. I myself do not believe in God but i respect the opinion of others. You should too. I’m brought up to be cristian and had cristian (catholic)lessons in school. But we also learned about evolution in Biologics. Both CAN exist, one does not exclude the other. OK, it does not comply with the “stories” in the Bible, but you cannot see the bible as a hard truth. Ok, I do not believe in God, but the values in the Bible are good. But the bible should be interpreted, not seen as an historical piece of work. Just like the Greek Myths. Great stories, good values but not the truth.

  6. Agnostica says:

    Give me a break. None of those “sincere” replies can be real! This whole series is a hoot! I especially like the way the “argument” goes totally off the track very quickly, leaving the questioner hanging.

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