Essay about Evolution Theory And Evolution Of Evolution

714 Words Oct 27th, 2015 3 Pages
Few educational issues have sparked such continuing controversy and debate as the teaching of evolution. In the past, the debate has been separated between those who advocate teaching only the positive case for evolution and those who ask either to take evolution from the curriculum or to require teaching some form of creationism alongside evolution. (By "evolution" we mean both neo-Darwinian evolutionary theory in biology and chemical evolutionary theories for the origin of the first life from non-living chemicals.) School boards have been forced to address concerns about good science education as well as conflicting claims about constitutional limitations. Evolution has been taught in all public schools for as long as many can remember. Though the process of evolution isn’t the only theory, schools have been teaching it like it’s the complete truth, ignoring other aspects and only focusing and targeting on Darwin 's theory of Evolution. There are still many other ideas that the students should know of as well because all are theories, all are maybes. Teaching of the evolution theory haven’t been proven reliable and confirmed by all scientists, thus it should not be taught in schools and should be left for students to wonder and discover by themselves.
Teaching of evolution has several issues. One of the main issue is that it is unfair to some students who believe in Christianity. Christians believe in Creationism, meaning God created the world. Darwin 's theory of…

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