She has a point

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    It ain't that complicated. Teach the kids what a "theory" is, what Evolution proposes, and that it is almost universally accepted by cognizant scientists in various disciplines. Give a few examples of things that Evolutionists have not been able to explain (there are many).

    Teach (very briefly, I presume this is a science class) a few examples of non-scientific approaches to explaining the origins of the universe and of species, including Genesis - which can be covered adequately IN 5 MINUTES.

    This is the way it was approached in my Catholic high school, 50 years ago.
     
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    I don't know who she is, but she is correct.

    However, the better argument against it is that creation has zero to do with science as it is not falsifiable; thus keep it out of science.
     
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    If schools are willing to teach items on the liberal agenda such as ebonics, global warming etc, why bother sending kids to school at all ?
     
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    Sorry, you need to work on your sentence structure.
     
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    I want them to teach it, but NOT in science.
     
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    I forgot---form is more important to liberals than function. :lol:
     
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    Yeah, that's it. :cuckoo:
     

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