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Can Christian teachers use their unique position to impact kids for Christ using the creation message?
What is the current climate of education in America? Is there room for differing ideas, or is education simply a one-way street paved with evolution?
What can students do and not do in their public school to shine the light of Jesus and proclaim the message of creation and the authority of Scripture?
Should children be taught the problems with evolution? Will this raise the bar of science or will it cripple progress?
Evolutionary teaching holds the monopoly in education. Is the evidence so conclusive that this should be the case?
Battles rage over what should and should not be mentioned in class textbooks. Should evolution even be questioned in a public school textbook?
Chronological teaching is a proven way to address today’s chronic biblical illiteracy. The author of this article taught Bible history in public schools for 13 years.
Would teaching creation in public schools be a good thing? Absolutely! However, mandating it through legislation is fraught with difficulties.
“The Science Guy” believes being educated to believe in evolution is equivalent to math and literacy and learning the alphabet.
UK mandates teaching that natural biological processes explain origins of life on earth.
Although some legal barriers exist, teachers do have opportunities to express their Christian beliefs. God’s people must be diligent to exercise the liberties currently available to them.
Most parents who take their children to church on Sunday also send them off to a secular school the rest of the week. This is the case in approximately 88% of U.S. households with school-age children.
I have been appalled and outraged when reading recent news reports regarding what is happening in public schools. Let’s take a look at two of these that have occurred in the last couple months.
It does not take a 4.0 GPA to figure out that our schools are going down the tubes, but do you know what you can do to help change the status?
Early American writings that show that the public schools of today are quite different from the public schools of yesteryear.
Cartoons on how to build a "bomb" in the public school system.