Answers in Genesis praises Scottish Government’s creationism teaching policy

About Paul Braterman

Science writer, former chemistry professor; committee member British Centre for Science Education; board member and science adviser Scottish Secular Society; former member editorial board, Origins of Life, and associate, NASA Astrobiology Insitute; first popsci book, From Stars to Stalagmites 2012

Posted on December 27, 2014, in Creationism, Education, Politics, Religion, Scotland and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Finally, this debacle is turning Scotland into an international laughing stock.

    Exactly, It really is embarrassing for us expats to witness our home country, with its strong intellectual history and once among the drivers of the Enlightenment, behaving in this manner and being (rightly) ridiculed for it.


  2. This is why I don’t believe in religious freedom or religious tolerance. Nobody has an inalienable right to tell lies.


  3. Wow! I had to blink several times before this actually sank in.

    Billy Connolly must be having a fit!

    What a wunch of bankers… the noo!


  4. Now I will no longer hire kids from Scottish schools. Resume’s into the trash….


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