Modern society has an educational bias against the teaching of creation science in the public schools. One popular argument against creation science has been provided by Dr. Isaac Asimov. His argument rests on the notion that creationism is bad science and that creationists and creationism are a threat to national well being. The arguments advanced by Dr. Asimov are found to be seriously flawed. Based on the case presented, there is no reason to keep creation science out of public schools.
Creationism, Isaac Asimov, armies, night, public schools, society, modern, threat
Volume 2:I, Pages 189-196
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Reynolds, John M.
"Creationism and the Armies of the Night: A Response to Dr . Isaac Asimov,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2, Article 33.
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