ACADEMIC FREEDOM: Exposing Evolution
Academic freedom is to teach that any theory can be taught using both its strengths and weaknesses. In the field of general education and the disciplines of science instruction, the academic implications of teaching evolutionary strengths without a balanced opposing view of its weaknesses cannot be ignored. Mainstream scholars know that academic verification of teaching weaknesses would seriously disrupt Darwinian Theory and the conventional teaching of life origins. This book proceeds to provide such verification in addition to offering such evidence for academic scrutiny. It will also demonstrate that the strongest evidence for evolution is actually its weakest link. It offers an academic basis with specific information for teaching both strengths and weaknesses of evolution in the public classroom. Academic justification is explored from both positions with a strictly secular view of educational inquiry.
- Paperback | 188 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 11.94mm | 344.73g
- 10 Dec 2011
- London, United Kingdom