Christianity Thomas on 08 Jan 2010 12:03 am
A school hands out permission forms to 6th and 7th graders for a field trip. The Field trip is scheduled to visit the “Rocks and Mineral Festival” at a local Fossil Discovery Center. Here is the response from a Christian parent, written on the form:
Note: Just to let you know it is not that we don’t believe in things like that, it is just misleading when you speak about it being billions of years old, when we all know that the world is only about 6,000 years old. So why would I pay so that you can misslead my children, your world is just a revolving, our’s has a start and an end. God created the world. He created animals and man all in the same week. It was also Adam who named all the animals, they will do the essay ‘Rock and Minerals’ but it will not be 5 pages long, and about billions of years, it’ll be according to the Bible.
Why isn’t this child abuse, teaching your children such nonsense?
Why do some Christians believe exactly the same thing, but other Christians reject it, and they are both considered Christians?