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CFI-L.A.'s Feed Your Brain -- Creationism in the Classroom

  • Aug 18, 2013 · 11:00 AM
  • CFI-LA

CFI-L.A.'s Feed Your Brain Series Presents:

Edward J. Larson

Creationism in the Classroom

Sunday, August 18
11 a.m.

(See admission pricing below)

Award-winning author Edward J. Larson will discuss legal cases dealing with the attempts to teach creationism in schools. His most recent book, Creationism in the Classroom: Cases, Statutes, and Commentary, is part of the American Casebook Series published by West.

Larson, University Professor and Hugh & Hazel Darling Chair in Law at Pepperdine University, is the author of nine books, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning book about the Scopes Trial called Summer for the Gods: The Scopes Trial and America's Continuing Debate Over Science and Religion. He has published more than 100 articles in numerous national magazines and newspapers about issues in law, science, and medicine from an historical perspective.

Friends of the Center: Free
Public: $8
Students: $4

Free Parking

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  • Gary H

    Secular Believers
    The film Secular Believers provides an example of how secular beliefs can be included in a religious education syllabus.
    It was made for the UK education system and its message is that beliefs, and believers, come in many shapes and sizes, and not all of them can be described as 'religious'.
    "Many religious people think that a secular society is a good thing, because it offers freedom of choice to everybody."

    1 · August 17, 2013

    • Noah W.

      Thanks for sharing this Gary. I'm looking forward to checking this out.

      August 18, 2013

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