Students to be taught there's no God

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  1. InTheHearts0fGreenBirds

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    VICTORIAN state primary school students will soon be able to take religious education classes which teach there is no evidence God exists.
    The Humanist Society of Victoria has developed a curriculum for primary pupils that the state government accreditation body says it intends to approve, The Sunday Age newspaper reported.

    Accredited volunteers will be able to teach their philosophy in the class time allotted for religious instruction, the newspaper said.

    As with lessons delivered by faith groups, parents will be able to request that their children do not participate.

    "Atheistical parents will be pleased to hear that humanistic courses of ethics will soon be available in some state schools," Victorian Humanist Society president Stephen Stuart said.

    The society does not consider itself to be a religious organisation and believes ethics have "no necessary connection with religion".

    Humanists believe people are responsible for their own destiny and reject the notion of a supernatural force or God.,27574,24797395-29277,00.html
  2. Talib21

    Talib21 New Member

    Jazak Allah Kair
    I think we don't have the ability to stop something like that, so in this case, what is our responsibility?
    Our main responsibility is to protect our sons and daughters by showing them the God exists evidence from Qur'an and Sunna and to expose the weaknesses in the primary school argument and to show non-Muslims that Islam believe in Christianity and Judaism (the people of the Book) and there is no god but Allah.
    Anyway, there is a good point in this matter that parents will be able to request that their children do not participate so if they choose the apposite that means they are already believe in the philosophy point of view and it's nothing to with it.
    ولا حول ولا قوة الا بالله

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