curriculum choice is not up to the individual. It's the state's problem...
Do any churches plan to teach evolution in Sunday school as an alternative to creation?
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Personally, I like the way it was done when I was in school.
The biology teacher told us that he was going to teach us the theory of evolution. He said that there were other concepts about how life began, including creationism, and that he was not going to tell us what to believe, but simply that evolution was the accepted scientific theory and we had to learn it as part of the class.
When pressed to express an opinion about what he believed, he flatly declined to do so.
That sounds about right to me.
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We should teach science in science class. Creationism and "intelligent design" simply do not qualify. When they can be framed using purely scientific terminology and supported purely by objective evidence, then we'll talk. Until then, it's religious wingnuttery masquerading as science very badly.
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