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‘The Wonder of Science’
If you’re looking for a book that covers a range of science subjects to counter evolutionary indoctrination, you need seek no further.
by Lucien Tuinstra
Help! I’m a teacher and my assignment is to teach evolution.
Advice for teachers who may be required to teach evolution in the classroom.
by Keaton Halley
Indoctrinating children
The UK’s National Secular Society does not want religious creationism taught in schools, but they are OK with religious humanism being taught.
by Jim Mason
Deceitful religious education
Are big bang and evolution compatible with the Bible? Religious Education group RE Today say so, but their curriculum resource leads to confusion instead of clarity on key issues of faith.
by Gavin Cox & Lucien Tuinstra
Leaving a lasting legacy
Christian parents can ‘fire-proof’ their children’s spiritual foundations and leave a lasting legacy by honestly answering their questions and defending the Bible as God’s inerrant Word.
by Gavin Cox
Senseless cynical censorship
A campaign organized by the British Humanist Association, of 46 leading scientists and organizations, is pressuring the Welsh Government to ban creation in Welsh schools
by Gavin Cox
Creation in independent schools
Under the guise of protecting school pupils against indoctrination, hypocritical moves are afoot to propagate scientific materialism.
by Dominic Statham
The great educational experiment
Why using public money for school education is dangerous to children.
by Jenny Arms
Religion in schools?
A high school student thinks it’s a good thing that religion isn’t allowed in public schools. But is that really the case?
by Lita Sanders
Creation in schools hits the headlines
Humanists trying to block creation in the classroom—aided by Christians?
by Philip Bell
Biology exam fraud
Fraudulent embryo drawings (a la Ernst Haeckel) said to provide evidence for evolution.
by Rocky Smart
How to build a bomb in the public school system
The 1999 Columbine massacre prompted people to ask, ‘How could they do this?’ How indeed …
by David Catchpoole