Creation can trump evolution in the classroom

So, while evolutionists puzzle over ‘origins questions’, they muzzle creationists. This is not surprising, because the humanist-award–winning anti-creationist leader Eugenie Scott admitted:

“In my opinion, using creation and evolution as topics for critical-thinking exercises in primary and secondary schools is virtually guaranteed to confuse students about evolution and may lead them to reject one of the major themes in science.” (cited in Where Darwin Meets the Bible—by anti-creationist Larry Witham, Oxford University Press, 2002).

Translation: ‘We must not teach students about the problems with evolution and must stifle dissent, otherwise they might end up not believing in it!’

But evolutionists can’t stifle the truth completely. They can’t stop Christians from disseminating creation resources hand-to-hand, by post and by email, and especially from directing people to websites such as this one. They might try to muzzle the messenger, but they can’t stop the message. So, take heart … and pass it on!

Quote source

Catchpoole, D. and Sarfati, J. (2006). ‘Origins Questions’—Evolutionists Puzzled, Creationists Muzzled. Creation Ministries International. Available Last accessed 16th Aug 2014.


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