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The Ark and Creation Museum offer an opportunity to give students exposure to a different point of view that is largely censored from most public schools.
Whether you are writing a creationist paper, giving a speech, or sharing in conversations with other students, you can employ these essential tools of persuasion.
Scripture clearly states that at certain times silence is a virtue. Yet at other times remaining silent is wrong, cowardly, and traitorous. How can we know when to “keep silence” and when to speak?
How should the creationist student behave when being taught evolution?
Secular schools can serve as a platform for proclaiming biblical truth. Just ask 15-year-old Bryton Johnson. He had the opportunity to share the truth about the origin of races in his world geography.
“Why we should teach the Bible in public school (but very, very carefully).”
In a recent article Beverly Carol Lucey attacks ‘Christian fundamentalists’ who don’t like the idea that evolution can be taught in public schools without scientific criticism.
What impact does the decision by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chandler v. James have on the ability of children to have freedom to pray in public schools?
Thousands reached at N.E.A. convention!