Tag Archives: creationism

Creationism support is at new low. The reason should give us hope.


People aren’t dumping faith. They’re reconciling creationism and evolution in a way that suggests how we can bridge other polarizing divides.
https://usat.ly/2sWJQe9

30 years after Edwards v. Aguillard: Why creationism lingers in public schools


Thirty years after the Supreme Court ruled that creationism cannot be required in schools, ‘creation science’ is still taught in some schools. What are the implications for climate education?
http://bit.ly/2tdcF9k

Politely put, creationism and its apologetic arguments are profoundly, pitifully, laughably anti-intellectual. Yes, that’s the polite description.


By Adi Chowdhury Considering that I generally refrain from profanity whilst blogging, I encountered quite a challenge when I realized that I couldn’t use the word “bullshit” to describe the cultural phenomenon of creationism and its vibrant array of anti-evolution arguments (I shudder as I type the term “argument”, since it casts the ill-conceived illusion…
http://bit.ly/21dakCr

How the Movement to Teach Creationism in Public Schools Has Lived On and Evolved – The Atlantic


A new study shows that anti-evolution lessons have become more stealthily integrated into curricula.
http://theatln.tc/1QEzb0G

Lawrence Krauss: Parents who teach creationism are child abusers — just like anti-vaxxers


Lawrence Krauss: Parents who teach creationism are child abusers — just like anti-vaxxers
http://bit.ly/1R8P3ck