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Evolution vs. Creation in High School Science Texts
What Do Science Textbooks Teach about Origins
of Man ?
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Many scientists claim that
plants, animals, and man began by evolution over billions of years. This view is
defended by many atheists, agnostics, and humanists. But the Bible teaches that
God created the Universe in six days. Which view is presented in high school
biology textbooks? What evidence is there for evolution and for creation? What
about natural selection and survival of the fittest, similarity of homologous
organs, fossils and the geologic column, the Law of Biogenesis and spontaneous
generation, reproduction after the same kind, interdependence of organisms, and
evidence of intelligent design?
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