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Should the Kansas Legislature allow creationism to be taught in public science classrooms?

Asked at Borders Books, Music and Cafe on February 8, 2003

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“Yeah, I think they should let them teach both sides of the issue and let the kids form their own opinion.”

“Only if students could be equally exposed to the religious diversity of our nation. And I would say probably not, because of the difficulty of presenting the matter in a nondenominational manner.”

“No, absolutely not. Science and religion are two ways of looking at our world, but only science needs to be taught in science classrooms. There are other avenues for teaching religion.”

“Yeah, they definitely should because God created us and I think we take that for granted sometimes, like he isn’t there.”


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