According to news reports, a new project—backed by a $2.5 million grant from the taxpayer-funded National Science Foundation—will “research how children acquire the concepts of biological evolution and look at new ways to engage children in exploring the topic.” The result of this study will be a “traveling exhibition on evolution geared to children and their parents.”1

The project is yet another step to further the evolutionary indoctrination children go through in public schools and in the public arena. It’s not enough, it seems, to present the theory of evolution in junior high and high school science classes; rather, it must be drilled into the minds of students as young as five.

This study only gives more reason for Christian parents to be involved in their children’s education and to point them to the truth of God’s Word from an early age.

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Footnotes

  1. www.qgazette.com/news/2006/0726/features/026.html Back