In Texas there’s common sense, and ‘other’s sense,’ which is something based on theory, promoted through self professed intelligence, which is also based on theories. Common sense will rule over ‘other’s sense’ every time, but that does not mean, ‘other’s sense’ should be completely dismissed.
On Tuesday, advocates for creation and evolution will lock horns in Austin, debating whether the state’s textbooks on biology should contain creation materials, versus evolution materials. Adults will become kids while ignoring the kids.
This is an argument that’s one of those, in the eyes, or hearts, of the beholder, and as such, why not agree to disagree and present both sides of the coin. Surely, everybody concerned can adopt a policy of, one good theory deserves another. That used to be called science, now it’s called indoctrination.
For sure, both sides of this argument can agree with this theory. After creation, life endures a process of evolution to get to the point of establishing mankind as we know it today. Surely, we can all agree, after creation and evolution both, life begins with a certain act, that endures a process that leads to birth, which leads to life.
The earth and the universe both had to establish a point of conception, move through an evolving process and thus create life in a sustainable environment. Neither, the earth, the universe or mankind are results of ‘test tube’ experiments, and as such, like everything known to mankind, all had to have a starting point, in order to establish a process of evolution.
Common sense suggests, this is not about validity of either argument. This is an attack on Conservatism, Christianity and liberty.
Okay, so what, the SCOTUS ruled creationism in public schools is unconstitutional. Remind you, this is in public schools and it has nothing to do with private, Christian or home schooling.
Creationism can prove it’s position by pulling their children out of public schools and watch liberalism try to evolve, through a process, towards validity. Private, Christian and home schools can evolve through good old fashion competition.
Public school funding is based on students at desk during the day. It’s not complicated at all. When the number of empty desks start to increase, there will be a need to ‘create,' or ‘evolve’ into a change of policy.