A review of the Peloza, Johnson, Bishop, and other cases involving creationists educators terminated or censored due to their objections to naturalistic evolution illustrates the current trend for the courts to rule against educators who are labeled not only creationists, but also Christians. These examples illustrate that the law and past Supreme Court rulings are commonly misapplied, abused, or judges openly prevaricate about the conclusions of current and previous cases. The focus on this review is on tying these cases together and outlining current trends.
Academic freedom, teaching of creation, freedom of religion and speech, creation and the co
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"An Update on the Courts, Academic Freedom and Creationists: The Peloza, Johnson, and Bishop Cases,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 3, Article 11.
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