|Creationist Quote - June 1999|
|Dr. Kent Hovind|
Evolution is positively anti-science. Science deals with things that are testable, observable, and demonstrable. Evolution has none of those qualities. To call evolution “science” is to confuse fairy tales with facts. True, evolution has been mixed with science for the last thirty years, but that does not mean that it is the same as science. Beer is often advertised during sporting events, but the two subjects have no logical connection. Evolution has no more to do with science than beer has to do with sports.
Real science, not evolution, should be taught in the science classes. Teaching the pagan religion of evolutionism is a waste of valuable class time and textbook space. It is also one of the reasons American kids don’t test as well in science as kids in other parts of the world.
Government should not sponsor religion. Teaching the theory of evolution as fact in tax-supported schools violates the establishment clause of the First Amendment. Why should all taxpayers support one religion over all others in our schools? Efforts must be made on all fronts to inform people that evolution is only a religion and that tax-supported institutions should not teach it as fact.
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