MORE QUESTIONS AND CRITICISMS.
The following is from "Appendix A" of the book called
"What is Creation Science" by Henry M.Morris and Gary E.
Question: Why should creationists insist on teaching creationism in
public schools when they do not teach evolutionism in their
own churches and religious schools ?Answer: This widely circulated criticism reveals a serious
misunderstanding of the nature of public schools and other
tax-supported institutions. These are supported by BOTH
groups of citizens - creationists and evolutionists - and
therefore both basic scientific models of origins should be
taught in them, as objectively as possible. If Christians
want to have ONLY creation taught, then they should establish
private schools for that purpose. By the same token, if
secularists or others want to have only evolution taught, they
should establish private humanistic schools for THAT purpose.
For evolutionists to insist that their evolutionary religion
should be subsidized by the taxes of creationists is both
arrogant and unconstitutional. The two-model approach -
teaching both evolution and creation on a strictly scientific
and objective basis - is the only approach in the public
schools which is consisten with constitution, with civil
rights, religious neutralism, scientific objectivity,
educational effectiveness, academic freedom, and general
fairness.("What is Creation Science" by Henry M. Morris and Gary E.
Parker, (ISBN-0-1-89051-081-4), 1983, p. 273)========================