Rogerian Argument

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Ashley Thornton April 11, 2012 Rogerian Argument Brines Religion In Your Schools Religion, whether we realize it or not, is a major element of American society (and also worldwide history). For many, religion is a significant part of their cultural identity. Religion plays a part in all levels of politics and is often an aspect of community events and organizations. Everyday, we all interact with people who have different religious backgrounds and personal beliefs. Children born into religious families are very connected with their religions from birth and this affects the way they will see the world for the rest of their lives. Even those who later explore other faiths or convert to other religious ideas will be affected in…show more content…
“This is an attempt to politicize the curriculum and promote an agenda over the education of nearly 5 million Texas kids," Quinn argues, implying that the students in Texas are somewhat being forced to learn religion, regardless if they are comfortable or not. An unknown author from a Mibba article entitled “Should Religion Be Taught in Schools?” agrees with the idea that religion should not be taught in the public school systems, as problems arise such as parent involvement, offended ideas/beliefs, and even confusion in the students that have separate beliefs or taught differently through churches and religious practices: I believe religion should not be taught in public schools because it brings all sorts of problems. Religion should be taught only in religious schools because the children who attend that religious school are sponsored by their parents. They are allowed by their parents. If teachers teach religion in public schools some students may not seem to care and take it offensive because it’s going against their free will and going against their parent’s statement. In more arguments, the corporation entitled Americans United, whom is known for their beliefs that there should be strong separation of the church and the state, promote their opinions via online videos. Active members Pastor
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