Evolutionist recommends intimidating teachers and students who do not fall in line with evolutionary dogma.

That’s me!

The article opens by acknowledging that 66 percent of Americans believe creationism is definitely or probably true from a recent poll. Yet the article turns to biological anthropologist Greg Laden for how to squelch the opposing viewpoint to evolutionism.

And so on and so forth.

That’s on the Answers in Genesis web site as part of their newsletter.

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4 thoughts on “Evolutionist recommends intimidating teachers and students who do not fall in line with evolutionary dogma.

  1. The article opens by acknowledging that 66 percent of Americans believe creationism is definitely or probably true from a recent poll.

    Keep up the good work. Where do they get this notion that the content of science classes should be determined by popular vote?

  2. Nice going! Now that you have your (rehabilitated leg and) foot in the door there, figure out how to bring the house down on top of them.

  3. The best part is this: They think that I’ve miss stepped because I’m saying that bringing “the controversy” into a classroom for open discussion is a disciplinary problem. But really, all I was saying is …. that bringing “the controversy” into a classroom for open discussion is a disciplinary problem!

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