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March 29, 2007

Exposing the Achilles’ Heel of Evolution

You know the script. A school board moves to allow teachers to “teach the controversy,” and the Darwin Leviathan awakens in fear of another ruse to sneak creation into the classroom. But is that really the fear—a transgression of the church-state barrier? Joe Renick thinks not.

Renick, who helped draft a piece of “academic freedom legislation,” argues that the Darwinist panic “is not that Biblical Creationism will be taught in public schools…but that the evidentiary weakness of Darwin's theory will be exposed.” He goes on to contend that a critical evaluation of the explanatory power of evolution is a threat to the religion of materialism. And that’s enough to give an entrenched evolutionist vapors.

Renick makes these and other good points in a recent commentary.

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James

We had a visitor to our campus from Answers in Genesis last night. I've posted my reflections on the event on my blog at http://blue.butler.edu/~jfmcgrat/blog/

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