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The scientists’ worldview clearly influences their interpretation of the data. The point that should concern Christian parents and teachers is that only one worldview—a secular evolutionary worldview—is taught as if it were established fact.
An Iowa professor said any professor (lecturer) should have the right to ‘fail any student in his class, no matter what the grade record indicates’ if that professor discovers the student is a creationist.
Christian parents of students in public schools face a tremendous challenge in countering the humanistic indoctrination in the public school system—not only correcting the ideas surrounding evolution, but also the idea that there is no truth and that morality changes by circumstance.
Like so many other world leaders in politics and the media, the new president [Obama] believes that science and education hold the key to a better life. Views about God may be important for individuals, but keep Him out of the science classroom and politics.
Public school is a battleground, warring for the hearts and minds of our children. How should Christian parents equip their children for this fierce battle?
Author Roger Patterson, AiG–U.S., evaluates a public school quiz given to identify what students knew about biologists’ thoughts about evolution.
By questioning carefully, discerning students may learn that evolutionary claims really don’t hold water.
Starting in 2013, all free schools in England will have to teach evolution as a “comprehensive and coherent scientific theory.” How should Christians respond to this situation?
Strange train of historical connections illogically links “anti- evolution” to apartheid.
Americans United for Separation of Church and State aren’t removing religion from public schools; they’re simply forcing their religion onto students.
Today in the UK has been called by a number of theologically conservative Christians as a National Day of Prayer—days before the nation’s General Election.
This year’s $1.5 million Templeton Prize has gone to Francisco Ayala, an ordained Catholic priest and professor of evolutionary biology.
A new education bill in the UK could potentially push more evolutionary propaganda on primary students. Paul Taylor, AiG–UK, explains.
Evolution can become so ingrained in our thinking that we don’t even notice it. Our government schools and universities are entrenched in evolution.
Noted philosophy professor and author Dr. Barbara Forrest came to Northern Kentucky University to attack creation.
The U.S. presidential election pits two evolutionists against one another, it seems, as Nature News reports candidate Barack Obama’s comments on origins education.
A lengthy article in the New York Times examines a microcosm of the controversy over evolution education in public school classrooms.
The new Science National Curriculum in England is telling students not to think or analyze, but rather to accept what they are taught about evolution on blind faith.
If critical thinking isn’t the process of evaluating evidence in light of conflicting viewpoints . . . what is it?
A small Mennonite community in Quebec is planning a possible exodus to the provinces of Ontario or New Brunswick to protect their children.
The National Center for Science Education sounds as if the organization is serving the noble purpose of promoting science education. But the group’s ostensibly positive name (and that it is “for” something) obscures the fact that the very mission of the NCSE is actually a highly negative one: to aggressively counter the creationist and intelligent design movements.
Canada’s Toronto Star reports on McGill University professor Brian Alters’ efforts to “warn” Canada of the dangers of “de-emphasizing” evolution education.
The furor over teaching evolutions shortcomings has moved to a small town in Louisiana.
Secular humanists have, by and large, won the culture war in America’s public schools. But not just satisfied with victories there, they are now aiming at Christian schools and homeschools. Yes, Christian institutions are becoming more and more marginalized in the US.
Poland is the largest of the ten new countries that joined the European Union in 2004.
A large number of international academies of science have issued a statement on the teaching of evolution, calling for the teaching of molecules-to-man evolution as if it were factual and proven.
The Times and the UK’s Guardian recently featured lengthy stories about an increasing number of public school students are challenging their instructors when evolution is taught as fact.
Academic freedom ganed a tenative victory yesterday as a federal court sent back a lower court's order regarding the case involving Cobb County, Georgia, schools.
It is a serious matter to refer to error as ‘truth’, especially in the classroom with so many impressionable young people listening.
Maybe Charles Darwin should be considered as a candidate for Time magazine's Person of the Year award.
This week's coverage includes a Time magazine cover story, "The Evolution Wars," and an evolution documentary on "ape-men" that appeared Sunday evening (August 7) on The History Channel.
Comments on the Time article article about efforts across the US to expose public school students to the grave scientific problems with molecules-to-man evolution.
Across America and the rest of the world, evolution is solidifying its position in the halls and classrooms of government schools.
The National Education Association (NEA) is one of the most liberal, anti-Christian organizations in the United States.
Although naturalistic evolution is now accepted as ‘fact’ both by many scientists and non-scientists, most of them have not carefully considered the other side.
After months of debate, the U.S. Congress has passed a massive, 1,000-page education bill, promising that “no child will be left behind.”
A leading evolutionary scientist has made a revealing admission.
Wouldn’t you just love to know that many of you will have your taxes used to aggressively ‘combat the creationist movement?’
America’s best-known evolutionist, Stephen Jay Gould, is one of several scientists involved in establishing a new center called the “Evolution Education Research Centre.”
The United States Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling that had struck down a policy that mandated that teachers read a disclaimer about evolution.
An article in Education Week offers the bizarre observation that the results of various political races in America this year will be decided on a candidate’s belief or non-belief in evolution.
I can’t help but wonder, are we now seeing the fruit of education that predominantly throughout our country has stopped performing any teaching on the basis of moral principles...