No; there are limits to religious freedom when that is contradicted by science
Science cannot limit an American's freedom of religion
Sometimes. Kids should be taught whatever their parents want, but not abused.
I think my religion explains the world and I have no use for science
What I do in my private life is my own business, and I can raise my kids however I like
No opinion or undecided
As I mentioned earlier, my youngest brother and his wife both have PhD's in genetic microbiology from Columbia University. They were both raised in religious homes and have chosen a new religion as adults.... Science. I have sat down and had some rather interesting discussions with them, and with others who share that mentality over time. I find it to be completely and totally hollow. As hollow as they find my beliefs to be.
As for "replacing science", nope, not an option.
It's hard to even begin a reasonable discussion when a person who touts man made global warming refers to God as "your imaginary friend". Noone specific, but that's the general gist of it.
Maybe three or four lifetimes from now it'll be an issue, but it won't be for quite a while.