In the U.S. states of Michigan and Ohio last fall, evolution activists emerged victorious in public schools. The Michigan education board approved new science guidelines that intentionally will not endorse intelligent design. And the Ohio school board voted to dissolve a subcommittee formed to examine the legality of critically analyzing evolution in that state’s science curriculum.
Evolution activists are using censorship under the guise of intellectual concern to suppress a spirit of true scientific inquiry in students. This is especially true when it comes to interpretations of evidences that support the historical record of the Bible.
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