If Creationism were taught, I suspect that the number of believers in Evolution would drop significantly.
The Evos don't want Creationism taught in school mostly because the Evos don't think they can make a truly compelling case for their theory. Faced with true competition, they fear they will lose badly.
C'mon guys -- have some Faith! ;)
Yes, but luckily we are using their own tactic of political correctness against them. The left always want to fair, so lets show them fairness and teach all facts for a more comprehensive and truth based curriculum.
I don’t want creationism taught, either, because it substitutes some Christians’ religious dogma for actual science.
One of our friends has taught creationism/ID in a local school for years now. It’s a small rural school and he’s done a great job. He speaks in different places regarding ID and he is an amazing lecturer and teacher. He never fails to amaze me.
The various scientific theories for evolution are explained in the science classroom. And I might point out that science is taught not as an absolute unlike your religion. Scientists continually run experiments and look at observations to either confirm our hypothesiss or disprove the scientific theory.
Creationism can be taught in the school and scientists such as me won't complain. However, it must be taught in the philosphy or religious classroom and not the sceince classroom since ID/creationism make initial absolute conclusions prior to running any expernments.