We aren't really at disagreement at all I think. I am adamently opposed to any form of education that attempts to destroy a child's faith (or an adult's faith for that matter) as it is not necessary to the teaching of a subject. Any science teacher worth his salt will teach the unprovable with a healthy skepticism for its absolute accuracy; i.e. the 'big bang' theory is the most advanced theory we have now, but it has not yet been proved beyond reasonable doubt; thus there is much more yet to explore and learn.Originally Posted by Columbusite
The reason that God cannot be absolutely dismissed as having a part in science is that nobody can prove that God is not involved. And the reason Creationists should not have the upper hand in scientific theory, is that they cannot prove the existance of God. The wisest course is for both camps to keep an open mind I think.