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    Although I believe theology class is important at some point in a human's life because it can open their mind. It will give the person more knowledge and make them more culturally aware. I took a world religions class in college and I enjoyed it, although all my life I have been curious about different religions the class taught me a lot and exposed me to people in my class and on campus who were of different faiths. I do not think that theology should be allowed to be taught in public schools within the adolescent periods because it is easy to mold their minds if the teacher is biased. 

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    Mihika Sharma
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    This is definitely an intriguing question. While I agree with you that prioritizing temporary economic prosperity over the potential for environmental damage can be detrimental, I think there is a middle ground to consider. If I had to argue for the economy being a greater priority, I would mention that without economic stability paths to environmental reform are unlikely to be favored. For lasting environmental protection, allowing economic growth is important. Also, environmental protection shouldn't disadvantage countries whose economies are still developing. However, I do wholeheartedly believe that protecting the environment should be an utmost priority. Finding economic practices that benefit, or at least don't damage, the environment should be a greater priority. 

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