Name a scientific theory that was later replaced with a supernatural explanation?
If there aren't any, then, why are some people so adamant about religion being taught in schools? And morals can be taught without the plagiarized morals in the Bible/Koran.
There seems to be no value at all in forcing religious superstition on developing minds.
The science of gratitude
Are you suggesting that the Science of Gratitude is a supernatural explanation for something that was thought to be a scientific theory?
No...obviously it's the other way around. Sorry for putting it here: just thought it was interesting. I'll bet forgiveness does wonders for the body as well....the science of emotion and health....anger causes cancer,etc
There are none that are documented and, as to the last part of your question, the value is to control them.
I think religion is important to teaching history and culture. There are many things that cannot be understood about other cultures if we do not also explain their religious beliefs and how these govern their lives. There are also events in history that need to be taught through the religious mindset of the people at the time.
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