Creation Bans in Science Classrooms

Creation Bans in Science Classrooms

You might have heard in the news this week about the South Australian decision to effectively ban the teaching of Creationism in Science Classrooms.A Seventh Day Adventist school found out when it came time to register their school, that the rules had quietly been changed by the Non-Government Schools Registration Board back in December.It’s the […]

By Sheridan VoyseyMonday 8 Mar 2010Faith

You might have heard in the news this week about the South Australian decision to effectively ban the teaching of Creationism in Science Classrooms.

A Seventh Day Adventist school found out when it came time to register their school, that the rules had quietly been changed by the Non-Government Schools Registration Board back in December.

It’s the latest story in what seems to be a growing push nationwide, to make it harder for creation to be taught as a theory of origins – even in Bible-believing Christian schools.

Listen Now – Bob Johnston executive officer of the Australian Association of Christian Schools discusses the issue of creationism in schools.