In Defense of Keeping Science and Spirituality Separate
In Defense of Keeping Science and Spirituality Separate in American Classrooms
I am a firm supporter of the Bill of Rights. I hold all of my Constitutional rights very dear. I have no qualms with someone for believing or practicing any religion they deem to. I do, however, have a slight problem when people try to bring their personal religious convictions into the element of public science education. I present the following as my argument to why science should remain science in the classroom.
Great piece, and some good angles I had not considered. Some of their "arguments" (term used loosely) just don't hold up to much scrutiny beyond first grader's.
I wish I could use Bloggers post processing facility through a web-service or something so I wouldn't have to go through these hoops.
Mike, I rarely have the patience to so thoroughly cover a subject and commit my opinions to print. Makes your post that much more important. Thanks for sending the article on.