CREATIONISM TO BE TAUGHT IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS?
In a town in Missouri, a Christian group has given presentations in the high school's library on science and careers in science. The speaker also encouraged students to question "established scientific principles and theories," one of them being evolution. Speaking about whether this treads a little to closely to mixing church and state, Georgia Law's Edward J. Larson was quoted in various newspapers around the country saying, "The issue is that the Supreme Court said creation science was not science and doesn't belong in a science classroom." To read the complete story, see the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The article title is "Creationists bring beliefs to schools." It was published on 5/13/06, and the author was Tim Townsend.
"CREATIONISM TO BE TAUGHT IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS?" (2006). In The News. 388.