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This paper focuses on: 1) the legality of teaching origins, including evidence for creation, in a public high school science class; 2) teaching a two-model approach; and 3) dealing with outside intimidation groups.
Creationism, teaching, origins, public, high school, creation, evidence, legality, science. intimidation groups
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Mondy, Terrence R.
"Thoughts on Teaching Origins in a Public High School Science Class,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2
, Article 28.
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