Basically if you're going to let the evolutionist religion into the schools you should let all religions into the schools. A large part of religion is your belief in how the world started, for evolutonists it's a belief that life sprang forth from nothing. This is completely unproven, so therefore it takes "faith" to believe it. Evolution also relies on a GOD-like all powerful, unseen force. They call this force "Nature", and they speak of nature as if it's some sort of being. I've heard many scientists make statements like "nature has a way of making things happen". "Nature" apparently not only caused life to "miraculously" spring forth from where there was no life before, it then also guided that life through billions of years of evolution, sounds like a job for a "god" to me. So you have an unproven theory about the origin of life, a god-like unseen force that's guiding your unproven theory, and the believers put their "faith" into believing this unproven theory even though they can't prove it. Sounds like a religion to me. So if you believe in an unproven theory and that your "god" (nature) brought forth life and guided the evolutionary process for billions of years to create the world, you're a "scientist". But if your God just created everything in a short period of time, then you're a weak minded individual that needs a mental crutch (religion) to lean on. And who's forcing their religion on whom???
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