An effective approach to teaching about theories on origins defines the two general concepts, gives the requirements of a scientific theory, and examines the direct scientific evidence found in the fossil record to see if it supports common ancestry of all life or the sudden appearance of complete organisms. No legal objection on constitutional grounds is possible since religious doctrine is not promoted or even discussed.
Abrupt appearance, dating, evolution, fossils, origins, science teaching
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Sunderland, Luther D.
"Teaching Theories on Origins: An Approach That Works,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 1, Article 25.
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