Sunday, June 05, 2005


Washington Post Publishes Reader Opinions on Evolution

Today's Washington Post "Voices" feature asks readers to respond to the question, "what should students be told about the origins of life?"

The answers range from, "I have no problem with both curricula being taught in public schools -- science and philosophy. But keep them separate. Or if they are taught together, promote evolution as science and promote beliefs without scientific proof as philosophy."

To, "[t]he issue with evolution is that its supporting definition of "science" rejects all but the most strictly naturalistic derivations of "truth." This "science" has evolved into a virulent and intolerant "religion" which demands that everyone must deny the existence of anything except nature itself."


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