Some say, “I believe in God but God has nothing to do with science and public schools. . . Leave Creator God out of it.”
Do you see the problem here? Whoever created the universe created science. He had to have all knowledge of science, cosmology, physics and astronomy. God has countless “Ph.Ds” in science.
To deny the Creator access to His own property is problematic – a serious blind spot, arrogant. It shows total disrespect for this authority figure. School principals have access to classrooms. How much moreso should the ultimate authority figure, the Creator?
I’ve yet to hear a mechanic say that General Motors does not understand the Chevy they created. Mechanics refer to the GM maintainance Manual as needed. Chevy’s creator, GM has vital input for the open-minded mechanic. So to announce that the Creator of all science is barred from the classroom suggests a blind spot or antisupernatural bias.
Objective teachers will not force-feed evolutionism. Students should call for gracious, open student debates. Let the students decide for themselves. publicly funded schools should not be recruiting grounds for the theory of atheistic evolutionism.
“I am the Lord, and there is no other; Besides Me there is no God . . . .The One forming light and creating darkness, Causing well-being and creating calamity; I am the Lord who does all these.” (Isa 45.5a,6c,7 NAS).