Today’s Christian Science Monitor has an interesting article claiming that students are starting to question Darwin in science classes. Imagine that!
Students are so interested in the subject they are actually asking teachers questions about it. The article features information about the Coldwater Media video Icons of Evolution, and it even lists the suggested questions to ask biology teachers drafted by biologist Jonathan Wells.
Note the stock response of Darwinists in the story who apparently think having students ask questions in class is disruptive (!) and who claim that asking questions about Darwin is tantamount to injecting religion into the classroom. But, as the article clearly shows, the questions being raised about Darwin focus on science, not religion.
Are Darwinists now going to campaign to prevent students from being able to ask questions in biology class just like they have tried to stop teachers from raising questions about Darwin?