Darwinists promote the myth that the U.S. Supreme Court has banned the teaching of creation. Yet the National Center for Science Education, the leading advocate of teaching evolution in government schools, admits that the courts have established only five basic standards:
The take-home lesson is this: “If your supervisor says it’s okay for you to teach creation, then it’s okay.” In government schools I taught creation/evolution as a two-sided issue in biology and earth science (from middle school through college level) without incident for 14 years; but surprisingly when I taught that creation is a viable alternative to evolution at a “Christian” college, I was denied tenure.
Many teachers say they want to teach creation but aren’t sure how. Consider these ideas:
Don’t think you can’t make creation lesson plans. You can!
, who earned his doctorate in science education from the University of Virginia, has been speaking to school groups and churches about biblical creation for over 30 years.
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