On the eve of today's celebration of Charles Darwin's birthday at IUN, the Indiana House speaker said he is shelving a bill that would have allowed public schools to teach creationism in science classes.
The Indiana Senate is considering a bill that would allow Indiana schools to teach creationism as science. This has had the effect of cleaving Hoosiers into two groups: fundamentalist Christian or heathen.
Indiana state Sen. Dennis Kruse, R-Auburn, recently proposed Senate Bill 89, which aims to give Indiana schools the right to require that alternative theories of the origin of life -- and Kruse specifically adds "including creation science" [sic] in apposition -- be taught alongside evolutio…
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