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Talk:Essay:Teaching Closed-Mindedness

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/* "illogical, atheistic viewpoints result in mental problems" */
:::::This essay is about a supposed liberal agenda of "inculcating an attitude of closed-mindedness" and that denying "that illogical, atheistic viewpoints result in mental problems" is one of the "basic tools of teaching closed-mindedness." In order for a nationwide liberal conspiracy to implement a plan of systemically denying something, that something would reasonably have to possess more nationwide exposure and credibility than Aschlafly's essay, which was penned eight days ago. [[User:Corry|Corry]] 16:57, 18 August 2008 (EDT)
Corry, that just shows that it has not been challenged up to now. To you, CP may be a growing online encyclopaedia. You may not realise the worth of Conservapedia and its founder, Andrew Schlafly, in combatting [[Liberal]] intolerance and distortion. Among its - and his - successes have been the exposing of 'Professor' Richard Dawkins and the Lenski so-called 'proof of evolution', and these latest articles are just further bricks in this imperessive edifice of achievement. [[User:Bugler|Bugler]] 17:05, 18 August 2008 (EDT)
== Any evidence for atheism resulting in mental illness? ==