Creationism should be discussed in school science lessons, rather than excluded, says the director of education at the Royal Society (Rev Prof Reiss, a biologist and Church of England minister)
Bloody hell, not here, too.
At least it’s being talked down a bit:
This was challenged by Simon Underdown, senior lecturer in the department of anthropology at Oxford Brookes University.
Creationism should be taught within the context of religion rather than science, said Dr Underdown. “It is not something that fits within the mainstream of science.”
With so much to be crammed into science lessons, it was not a worthwhile use of time to include lessons about creationism, he argued.