Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Science and religion incompatible? Not down in the Ozarks at Southwest Baptist University.
"We offer a Christian component that's on equal footing with what's taught in the (public) classroom. It's not an indoctrination," said Gary Gray, dean of the school's college of science and mathematics.
"We don't accept the secular mantra that science can answer everything."
"A couple of students ask me what I think about an issue. I provide evidence to help them and then it's up to them and the Holy Spirit," said Hillary Glauser-Patton, a biology teacher.