Faith In Humanity Level Over 9,000. . My daughter' s 'lait/ test. She added her awn answer. I. in: ttf than Earth in " toay H 1. TH! Elm! WI! crusted by an. I would make it my personal mission in life to get this teacher fired. Your religious beliefs have no place in a classroom. And if the school wouldn't fire her,
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Faith In Humanity Level Over 9,000

My daughter' s 'lait/ test.
She added her awn answer.
I. in: ttf than Earth in " toay H
1. TH! Elm! WI! crusted by an
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#946 - anonymous (11/23/2013) [-]
I'm Roman Catholic, but I think it's wrong for a teacher to try to influence a young student's mind to his/her own purposes.
Kudos to the student for writing what he/she believes is right, that's called bravery.
User avatar #910 - anttumi (10/21/2012) [-]
So, what would the right answer have been?
User avatar #935 to #910 - nightauditor (10/26/2012) [-]
Gravity
User avatar #936 to #935 - anttumi (10/26/2012) [-]
...not according to physics, according to the teacher...
#850 - baconmansenior (10/20/2012) [-]
unless its a catholic school... srent they not alowed to make aliens the right answer?
#838 - rainbowghost (10/20/2012) [-]
The funny thing is that the big bang is as much as a theory as creationism is.
#834 - admiralen ONLINE (10/20/2012) [-]
i know right, we all know Odin shaped the world from the giant ymirs corpse
User avatar #937 to #834 - Loudpipes (11/02/2012) [-]
Why would that be on a Geography test?
User avatar #938 to #937 - admiralen ONLINE (11/02/2012) [-]
what?
User avatar #939 to #938 - Loudpipes (11/03/2012) [-]
No geography test will say that God created the world surely?
User avatar #940 to #939 - admiralen ONLINE (11/04/2012) [-]
why dont you ask op? i just made the joke that odin made the world out of ymirs corpse
User avatar #941 to #940 - Loudpipes (11/06/2012) [-]
I just saw this picture rolled so asked you, sorrys.
User avatar #942 to #941 - admiralen ONLINE (11/06/2012) [-]
aight
User avatar #829 - TheOriginalNerd (10/20/2012) [-]
the **** was the answer supposed to be? its a ******* science test not a religious one
User avatar #827 - scotfighterz (10/20/2012) [-]
I believe that god created the big bang
User avatar #826 - zepplien ONLINE (10/20/2012) [-]
I thumbed this cause its funny as **** but isnt it complete ******** that they're asking kids that at that age. Im mean its okay to have it there to make them choose and laugh at their silliness but it's another thing to tell them that God is the answer and only him.
#823 - xrobinxx (10/20/2012) [-]
>Friend in Catholic   
>Hates Theology   
>Takes a test gets a 99   
>Why?   
>Insults Faith on the test   
>The Theology teachers now prays for her everyday .... -.-
>Friend in Catholic
>Hates Theology
>Takes a test gets a 99
>Why?
>Insults Faith on the test
>The Theology teachers now prays for her everyday .... -.-
User avatar #815 - chevah (10/20/2012) [-]
Well, that shouldn't be marked wrong at all. They should have put the big bang theory in there as well, instead of just forcing religion down her throat. This is why i ******* hate RE. No BBT involved, no 'Evolution' It's always God that does it.
#812 - vicmal (10/20/2012) [-]
WIN!!!!!!
WIN!!!!!!
User avatar #810 - noodlelover (10/20/2012) [-]
o my god people have religious beliefs??!?!?!?!??!?!


loss faith in humanity.... **** the world....i dont want to live on this planet anymore.jpeg
#800 - chrislafff (10/20/2012) [-]
*unpopular minority opinion*
I go to a Catholic school, and this is kind of how some tests are set up. It's a test on what the Catholic church teaches (at least at my school), and the Church even teaches that God created the Universe, but it still accepts the Big Bang as valid. The point of religion is different from the point of science. I don't know exactly how ot explain it, inb4 red thumbs for being religious
#825 to #800 - bunkerman (10/20/2012) [-]
He's got a point, you know. It's like taking a quiz on Pokemon. One of the questions may ask "Who created the universe?" Yes, the universe was created the Big Bang, but that's not what the question is asking. The answer, despite what occurs in real life or whatever you might personally believe, is still Arceus.

If the school is even halfway decent, there would be a stipulation given of "According to the Catholic Church..." at the beginning of every test/quiz, or at the beginning of the course. Despite personal belief, the fact still remains that the Catholic Faith believes that the universe was created by God, and this is what the question is asking.

And before everyone goes "HURRRR DURRRRR CHRISTIAN-FAG", yes, I believe in the Big Bang and Evolution.
User avatar #830 to #825 - chrislafff (10/20/2012) [-]
Well, yeah. At the begining of every question which is of religious interpretation, it says that "According to the Church" thing.
#835 to #830 - bunkerman (10/20/2012) [-]
Exactly. What happened at my school most of the time is that it had the disclaimer at the beginning or the teacher said it out loud to the class [just so every question wasn't inundated and wordy with the stipulation].
User avatar #841 to #835 - chrislafff (10/20/2012) [-]
Yeah, in my class thought they do it written because most of the time kids dont listen to spoken directions and stuff. But yeah, its the same thing.
#844 to #841 - bunkerman (10/20/2012) [-]
The funny thing is that the Catholic School I went to was more considerate towards personal beliefs than my current college is, which is hilarious seeing as it's a public state school with 25k under-grads.
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User avatar #804 to #793 - noblekira (10/20/2012) [-]
strangely enough i went to a christian high school in which they taught evolution as fact and not creationism, which i hated... im not pro creationism i don't really care about that stuff so i just stay out of it but i would have prefered if they didn't only teach evolution and didnt even teach creationism in the RE lessons
User avatar #795 to #793 - wiljones (10/20/2012) [-]
that face ive seen it before. whats it from
User avatar #799 to #795 - firstpost (10/20/2012) [-]
thing thing, a flash game
#846 to #799 - katypower (10/20/2012) [-]
Can't tell if troll.... Or stupid....
User avatar #847 to #846 - firstpost (10/20/2012) [-]
IF you would read my other reply
#931 to #847 - katypower (10/24/2012) [-]
I was before him... And no, Thing thing and madness combat is quite different....
It's like saying this is Halo.
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User avatar #809 to #807 - firstpost (10/20/2012) [-]
well it was the first thing that came to mind, it has similar looks
User avatar #805 to #799 - theguyweallhate (10/20/2012) [-]
You're wrong.
It's Madness combat.
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User avatar #797 to #795 - stewwets (10/20/2012) [-]
madness combat series
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User avatar #790 - ponchosdm (10/20/2012) [-]
have no words...
those kids could think that a god created the Earth!
they are in serious danger of believing in religion
that school should be burned to the ground
#811 to #802 - xxxmrawsomexxx (10/20/2012) [-]
Have this one
#818 to #811 - emazegenociide (10/20/2012) [-]
Thanks, in return have.......this
Thanks, in return have.......this
#789 - gryx (10/20/2012) [-]
Christian teacher detected
Christian teacher detected
User avatar #788 - cyclonike (10/20/2012) [-]
I'm not one for atheism but I gotta admit, that was pretty funnny.
User avatar #787 - kimmustonen (10/20/2012) [-]
I'm a christian, and I actually think earth was made
from a big bang, but God made that bang.
However I have no problem with theists what so ******* ever
User avatar #786 - vycanismajoris (10/20/2012) [-]
There was once, long, long ago, a giant cloud, mostly made out of Hydrogen and Helium. Some say it came out of another star's Supernova, others say it was aliens.
But whatever the reason was, with courage and determination, the cloud said: "They told me I could be anything, so I became a star."
The cloud got got affected by gravity, a powerful, magic force, and in just some thousands of millions of years, the Sun was born.
But there was still dust around, and our lonely Sun didn't have any friends. So, out of nowhere, gravity got into action, and where once there was dust, now it was full of planets. Then, the planets where too much, like a hundred of them! They started to collide, all of them wanting to be friends with the Sun.
Massive collisions, planet against planet, until just a dozen of them was left.
Joo Peter and Sat Urn (the chubbies of the group), Meg Curie (the hot female), Venus (the romantic), Earth (The smarty pants), Lars (The fighter), Uralius (the ******** ), Nep Tune (the musical) and Pluto (the dog).
And until this very day, the Sun keeps them warm (some of them) and they keep him from being lonely.
Fin.
User avatar #782 - amplifythat (10/20/2012) [-]
pretty sure I wouls sue the school for even asking that question
#803 to #782 - emazegenociide (10/20/2012) [-]
That moment when you probably don't go to a private/ religious school so you wouldn't be asked that question
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