Clergy's Views on Teaching Evolution

As I reported in the previous posting, a recent study entitled Clergy views on evolution, creationism, science, and religion published in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching, Volume: 43, Issue: 4, Pages: 419-442 reported very interesting findings that science teachers, parents, and students might benefit from. The authors used qualitative (indepth interviews) and quantitative […]

Clergy’s Views on Teaching Evolution

As I reported in the previous posting, a recent study entitled Clergy views on evolution, creationism, science, and religion published in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching, Volume: 43, Issue: 4, Pages: 419-442 reported very interesting findings that science teachers, parents, and students might benefit from. The authors used qualitative (indepth interviews) and quantitative […]

Teaching Evolution & Creationism

A recent study, published in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching (Vol. 43, 2006) reports findings relevant to this blog’s discussion and comments on evolution, creationism, and intelligent design. The abstract is as follows: “Spurred by students who felt conflicted accepting evolution and the tenets of their faiths, yet knowing their faiths supported science […]

Teaching Evolution & Creationism

A recent study, published in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching (Vol. 43, 2006) reports findings relevant to this blog’s discussion and comments on evolution, creationism, and intelligent design. The abstract is as follows: “Spurred by students who felt conflicted accepting evolution and the tenets of their faiths, yet knowing their faiths supported science […]