Monthly Archives: November 2013

Beyond The Four Walls Of The Classroom (Module 5)

Progressives do not easily accept universally based standards and moral absolutes. Instead, they question everything using the scientific method as the most effective way to continue to validate standards and even previously accepted knowledge. In terms of morals, they encourage … Continue reading

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Free Will (Module 4)

They say the greatest power of man is free will. We have the choice to ultimately decide on our actions. We decide on what we like, where to go, who to be with, what to agree on. We eventually become … Continue reading

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Darwin vs. the Church (Module 3)

I have always considered myself a Realist. I was taught and learned to develop a scientific mind. My thinking process follows the laws of logic. My early knowledge growing up roman catholic in the province has mostly been debunked and … Continue reading

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