It has been pointed out several times that the humanistic evolutionists are opposed to open discussion. The same people who were so much for freedom of speech actually only want freedom of speech when they are speaking. It is the best way found to hold sway in a community, to be the only opinion allowed. The evolutionists have been able to do this in the scientific community and education by restricting who can speak and what they can say. It is only science if it agrees with their view. However, this might soon change, at least in Alabama.
Christian News reports:
A bill introduced in the Alabama legislature that would allow students to learn the strengths and weaknesses of scientific theories is being criticized and ridiculed by evolutionists as an attempt by "religious fanatics" to "undermine the integrity of science education."
Now it must be asked, if we are allowed, how is it undermining to science if we ask questions? It seems that the whole idea of science is to ask questions and then seek answers to those questions. How then can it be wrong or incorrect to ask those questions?
But this is not the problem. The problem is that if the students actually work through the theory of evolution, they will see it with all of its shortcomings and failures. It will be seen for what it is, a disproved theory.
The bill has as its goal a promotion of thought and debate.
"This bill would require the State Board of Education, local boards of education, and staff of K-12 public schools to create an environment that encourages students to explore scientific questions, learn about scientific evidence, develop critical thinking skills, and respond appropriately and respectfully to differences of opinion about scientific subjects," the bill's synopsis states. "This bill would also allow public school teachers to help students understand, analyze, critique, and review the scientific strengths and scientific weaknesses of all existing scientific theories covered in a science course."
The ACLU will not stand for people thinking for themselves. This may cause them to come to the wrong conclusion.
"This is a thinly-veiled attempt to open the door to religious fanatics who don't believe in evolution, climate change or other scientifically-based teaching in our schools," ACLU of Alabama executive director Susan Watson told AL.com.
The bill does not allow for any religious doctrine or promotion. Therefore, the whole idea that this is going to allow the clergy or religious teachers to indoctrinate the children is a red herring. The real issue is that the evolutionist cannot have his theory scrutinized even by children. The reason is that as with all lies, it dies in the light.
The true purpose of the bill is simple as Christian News reports, "Supporters of the legislation, however, stress that HB 592 simply encourages honest discussion and debate about scientific issues. The bill's lead sponsor, Representative Mack Butler, says he doesn't understand why so many people are vehemently opposed to the proposed law."
Like Bram Stoker's monstrous creation, the light will kill evolution. The children of Alabama will see the bankrupt theory for what it is if they are given an opportunity to evaluate it using the scientific method. We should pray that this bill is passed into law. That open and honest discussion of the theory will bring truth to bear on this false system.Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.