Freshman Biology Students Learn That Evolution Is Satanic
The latest chapter in the debate over how to teach the origins of human life is unfolding closer to home than many in the Grady community would have ever expected.
A PowerPoint shown to a freshman biology class featured a cartoon depicting dueling castles, one labeled “Creation (Christ)” and the other labeled “Evolution (Satan).” Balloons attached to the evolution castle were labeled euthanasia, homosexuality, pornography, divorce, racism and abortion.
This is what they really mean when they talk about “teaching the controversy.”
It isn’t simply enough for them to present a narrowly defined and unsupported religious dogma that has no rational relationship to science in a high school science classroom. Indeed, there is a further and more insidious agenda, as was evidenced here.
What they really want is the freedom to teach the youth of this country that it is both normal and appropriate to come to conclusions about scientific theories on non-evidence based criteria.
The real message is:
“Despite the overwhelming evidence in support of this scientific theory you should disregard it because it contradicts some peoples personal interpretation of Christian scripture and is therefore “EVIL!”