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Creation Myth Comparison

Posted April 12, 2005

As consumers we are presented with many choices, and this is as true in science as it is in food shopping. Recent debate pits intelligent design against evolution, but in all fairness, the evolution debate should include a more exhaustive list of options. Only the most popular myth, as determined by the school boards, student council, PTA, or Color Guard, should be included in scientific textbooks. If the proper governing body cannot fairly determine a single creation theory, then each theory should be given equal airing in biology textbooks so that students may choose the origin story that best suits their background and political leaning.

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