Atheists vs Ball State U Professor Teaching Creationism
Evolutionists and atheist activists who recently complained about a Ball State University assistant professor teaching creationism may be missing a broader view of education, according to popular Christian apologist Lee Strobel, who says that colleges should be a place where students can explore both Darwinism and creationism fully and freely.
"I believe we should give teachers, scientists, and students the right to pursue the evidence wherever it takes them ‚Äď even if it takes them to the politically incorrect conclusion that there's an Intelligent Designer," Strobel told The Christian Post via email. "In other words, let's test the evidence in the marketplace of ideas.
"As two-time Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling said, 'Science is the search for the truth.' At least, it should be. Personally, I even believe we should teach more on Darwinism," he added. "That's right ‚Äď more. That's because...
I have never understood why Athiests are so hardcore against Christianity...I don't understand why they even care what anyone believes. Maybe their all possessed and literally work for Satan. The thing is that they are a minority so they're really not doing all that great, although, they might be picking up speed with the new generation being raised godless. They might not need to work so hard any longer to increase their ranks.