Darwin, Humanism and Science - James Williams

James Williams talks to the Darwin, Humanism and Science day conference (6 Jun 2009) on "Insidious Creationism" and why we should teach children early in their education about geological time and the theory of evolution.

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Comment by Michelle on July 4, 2009 at 7:38pm
How do you get children and others to understand the difference between who is telling the truth and who is not? It would seem easy to understand how they could say, how do you know the scientists are telling the truth?
Yes, I get it, but how do you explain and get others to understand it when they are hearing religion from childhood and science, especially evolution, much later?
Comment by Kitty on July 4, 2009 at 2:45pm
I agree. Evolution can be taught in primary schools, and should be. This will add to the child's store of knowledge so the creationist deceit will not take hold so readily.

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