True science, that is.
A Texas-based institute that advocates creationism as part of science curriculums is seeking state approval to grant an online master’s degree in science education, sparking renewed controversy over the place of religion in science classrooms, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle.
The Institute for Creation Research, which is based out of Dallas, says it teaches its graduate students “more typical secular perspectives” alongside creationism.
According to the school’s mission statement, the proposed program would prepare teachers to “understand the universe within the integrating framework of Biblical creationism,” the Chronicle reports.
After this campaign is over with, I may apply for one of these degrees. This curriculum is designed by people who understand the way things really are:
According to the Institute’s Web site, students and faculty must profess faith in a literal translation of the Bible, including the belief that God created the world in six days and made life in their current forms, that the Earth is only a couple thousand years old and the fossil record is the result of the great flood as described in the Bible.
In other words, no moonbats allowed. No trolls allowed. No Communist secularist humanist Copernicans allowed. My kind of program. When Huckabee wins the White House, it’s going to be everyone’s kind of program. That’s a promise, folks.
God bless America.