Today marks the day I step away from the computer, for awhile. It may be a year, months, or even weeks before I get back on, it’s all a matter of self control. I always questioned if the computer helps me or rots my brain away. Until now, many months later, I still cannot answer that question. Therefore I decided to experiment with myself.
Religion doesn’t have theories, it only has revealed knowledge, which is usually revealed to some prophet or preacher long ago and cannot change or be questioned without a ton of drama. Science does not have any absolutes - a theory is never proven, only held until disproven.
Science is a process. Religion is a set of dogma.
Also, for the record, creationism is not just A theory, it’s a huge number of theories, basically one for just about any religion you can think of. So the question of teaching creationism becomes “whose creationism do we teach” and then you start running afoul of the first amendment by picking some over others. The reason we teach science is that science is typically outcome-agnostic. Science is only interested in ever more accurate models of reality, which change with human knowledge. Religion can be taught at home or in church, but there’s no need to teach it in public schools.
I consider myself unique and I find it hard to misrepresent myself and forcefully fit myself to another person’s quote. Therefore I made my own quote: “Love is precious – it is not meant to be wasted on ingrates.”
I have only one goal and that is to be happy. If one really thinks about it, everything we do as humans is for happiness. A lot of people spend several years of their lives and study hard in order to get a good job with a high paying salary—most likely perhaps they like money and have the desire for items of high monetary value. I, for one, do not have such ostentatious desires and just wish to be happy.