Thursday, September 20, 2018 |
Department: Surveillance —
Topic: Scientism —
Churches of Darwin
Or Is Michael Zimmerman's Clergy Letter Project Busted?
by Terrell Clemmons
In 2004, the Grantsville, Wisconsin school board proposed a policy of teaching alternative theories of origins in its district schools. After debate, the policy was amended to stipulate that "students shall be able to explain the scientific strengths and weaknesses of evolutionary theory," but it did not mandate that creationism or intelligent design be taught. Despite this, academics from across the state rained down sharply worded letters of protest to the board and superintendent. In . . .
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