This paper sets forth the concerns of Accelerated Christian Education, Inc., of Lewisville Texas, about the detrimental effects of an atheistic world view on a student, and on future scientific research.
This paper also sets forth why creationist principles are beneficial, how Accelerated Christian Education's two main lines of curriculum are spreading creationist principles to those who use them, and specific evidences for the creationist model. Goals for creationist science curriculum at several levels of A.C.E. curriculum are discussed.
Concerns for the national consequences of rejecting God-consciousness by national leaders are presented as concluding remarks.
Creationism, theism, education
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Johnson, Ronald E.
"Perpetuation of Creationism Through Theistic Education,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 1, Article 30.
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