It’s nice to know there’s at least one honest creationist left. Or at least, partly honest. And he lives in Georgia.
Educators across the country are now developing what’s called the “next generation of science standards.”
A member of the Villa Rica Church of Christ told Channel 2′s Diana Davis evolution should not be a part of those standards…
[Church member Bob] Staples and his church are fighting for schools to include another view… Staples told Davis he believes in the literal meaning of the Bible: That god created heaven and Earth. Although, he says, he does not expect public schools to teach the bible’s view of creationism.
None of this namby-pamby “teach the controversy” stuff. He wants evolution out and creationism in. He doesn’t expect to get what he wants, but he’s telling the plain and simple truth about his goals. Rather refreshing in a way.