Richard Dawkins among academics calling for compulsory evolution teaching at primary school

“Experts including three Nobel laureates and Richard Dawkins, the prominent atheist, are calling on the new Government to make teaching of the theory a compulsory part of the curriculum. They say it is necessary because of the increasing number of schools that do not have to follow the curriculum, and because of the ‘threat’ posed by the religious concept of creationism …” (more)

[Martin Beckford, Daily Telegraph, 19 June]

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  1. Michael Yearwood Says:

    It’s expected that people would desire to remove the knowledge of God from the hearts and mind of children if they are to propagate any way of life that is morally, rationally,physiologically and spiritually unsound, and unbalance. That’s the only way to release the conscience of any guilt in the pursuit of happiness that they believe is inculcated in such lifestyle. The teaching of evolution is the means to that end. The people that seek to propagate a life without God are always angry and full of hate; demanding to get their way, and sadly, they are never content with anything, even life itself, whether or not they do get their way. That’s because they lack HOPE. Hope is the essence of better day. They will never understand that hope comes from God, and fuels the joy of living.

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