Religion doesn’t belong in public schools, debate over evolution does

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December 18, 2010
Christian Science Monitor
by Casey Luskin  
Posted in Commentary

"In recent weeks, the media have been buzzing over a decision by the Louisiana State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to adopt biology textbooks. A Fox News summary read 'Louisiana committee rejects calls to include debate over creationism in state-approved biology textbooks. ...' There was one problem with the story. Leading critics of evolution in Louisiana were not asking that public schools debate creationism, or even that they teach intelligent design. Rather, they wanted schools to simply teach the scientific debate over Darwinian evolution." (12/16/10)

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