I was just doing my homework then a question came out.
What is the state of religion in schools around the world ?
In France there has been a big scholar reform recently.
One of the change was the addition of a new subject for the 2 grades before Baccalaureate : "science education".
I am part of the first generation to try this out.
The thema of the currently is "the shape of the Earth", and a portion of the lesson was about the concept of dogma.
Finding "dogma" here surprised me, I didn't think we would study it before philosophy courses next year...
(I didn't learn about dogma with this lesson btw)
The exercise I pinned with the message asks you explicitely to criticize Luther's argument against heliocentrism, and it is expected that you explain that an argument based on scriptures and faith is not valid.
How was your scolarship ? Were your studies influenced by religion or not ?
How are doing the schools in your country now ? (or state if the school program is not decided at the federal level)
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