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All because people don’t listen to naturalist atheists.

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A future with Theist Scientists outnumbering Atheist Scientists is probably here already. Self-Described Agnostics still the majority I'm guessing.ppolish
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The History of Christian Education in America Excerpt: The first colleges in America were founded by Christians and approximately 106 out of the first 108 colleges were Christian colleges. In fact, Harvard University, which is considered today as one of the leading universities in America and the world was founded by Christians. One of the original precepts of the then Harvard College stated that students should be instructed in knowing God and that Christ is the only foundation of all "sound knowledge and learning." http://www.ehow.com/about_6544422_history-christian-education-america.html Bruce Charlton's Miscellany - October 2011 Excerpt: I had discovered that over the same period of the twentieth century that the US had risen to scientific eminence it had undergone a significant Christian revival. ,,,The point I put to (Richard) Dawkins was that the USA was simultaneously by-far the most dominant scientific nation in the world (I knew this from various scientometic studies I was doing at the time) and by-far the most religious (Christian) nation in the world. How, I asked, could this be - if Christianity was culturally inimical to science? http://charltonteaching.blogspot.com/2011/10/meeting-richard-dawkins-and-his-wife.html The last graph on the following site shows that the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) scores for students showed a steady decline, for seventeen years from the top spot or near the top spot in the world, after the removal of prayer from the public classroom by the Supreme Court, not by public decree, in 1963. AMERICA: To Pray Or Not To Pray - David Barton - graphs corrected for population growth http://www.whatyouknowmightnotbeso.com/graphs.htmlbornagain77
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Well over 100 major universities in Europe were established by Christians.Silver Asiatic
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According to natural athiests: "There will be no more universities or higher learning" That may very well come true, but I doubt it will be caused by those who have faith in Jesus Christ. Here are the Aims of Duke University that were in its by-laws when it morphed from Trinity College to Duke University in 1924.
"The aims of Duke University are to assert a faith in the eternal union of knowledge and religion set forth in the teachings and character of Jesus Christ, the Son of God; to advance learning in all lines of truth; to defend scholarship against all false notions and ideals; to develop a Christian love of freedom and truth; to promote a sincere spirit of tolerance; to discourage all partisan and sectarian strife; and to render the largest permanent service to the individual, the state, the nation, and the church. Unto these ends shall the affairs of this University always be administered."
In that year a plaque was placed by alumni and students near the Duke Chapel to commemorate the university's purpose. Of course, just recently that plaque was quietly removed on the orders of the Board of Trustees, just as all self-respecting natural atheists would desire. (without even offering the Duke family their money back) If Duke University should for some reason become an embarrassment rather than a source of pride to our nation, I don't think you will be able to blame those who believe Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the life.awstar
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We ruined society somehow! If only we had listened! *weeps bitterly*Noremacam
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