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Schools Required To Teach Bible-Based Origin Theories

Several state legislatures have introduced or will soon introduce laws requiring schools to teach Bible-based theories of the origin of the worldSurveys show that a significant portion of the American public embraces religious or "supernatural" theories on the origin of human beings over purely scientific explanations. The Religion Newswriters Association, which promotes excellence in media coverage and public discourse about religion, has generated a set of resource links that explore the topic by identifying what the states are doing, what people are saying, and where political officials stand. The RNA has published the information on its site, ReligionLink; it also includes background resources, polls, articles and other resources. Additional links look more closely at anti-Darwinism, pro-Darwinism and those who want to straddle the difference.



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