If you had unlimited abilities and could create a new animal, what would you make?
Imagine you went back in time to when people didn’t understand what a rainbow is. Pick one of the religions above and use some of its ideas to explain a rainbow.
Darth Harley says: “Every nature mystery in history that has been solved has been solved by science. If someone tells you god is the answer, ask them how well has that explanation worked in the past?”
Even if you’re not religious, many secular people still see the holidays as a special time with friends and family. Because of this, many people can be extra sad this time of year if they don’t have friends or family to spend time with. With your parents or guardians, brainstorm some ways that you can include or support and uplift people feeling down this holiday season!
People often say prayer helped them win a sport game or won them the lottery, but why can’t prayer help a known amputee grow a limb?
Look at the picture below. If you see people worshipping the baby Jesus, you’re religious. If you see Buzz Lightyear in between two T-Rexs dinosaurs, you’re atheist. If you see both, you’re agnostic.
Come up with some tough questions about religion that a religious person should be able to answer but may have trouble with …
Usually, we ignore someone who thinks there is a big government conspiracy plotting against them. Why would that person be so important?
Still, people do lie, and groups of people lie all the time, so some conspiracy theories turn out to be true. Have you ever wondered if Santa Clause, the Easter Bunny, or the Tooth fairy exist? Here are 12 crazy conspiracies that turned out to be true: https://www.rd.com/list/conspiracy-theories-that-turned-out-to-be-true/
Activity: Explain how President Nixon was involved in a conspiracy.
- The Jan. 6 committee on Monday December 19, 2022 referred four criminal charges against former president Donald Trump and others to the Justice Department: obstruction of an official proceeding of Congress, for conspiracy to defraud the United States, for knowingly and willfully making material false statements to the federal government, and for insurrection.