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antievolution

(ˌæntɪˌiːvəˈluːʃən)
n
a system of thought which argues against the biological theory of evolution
adj
relating to the argument against the biological theory of evolution
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Legislators in Indiana, South Dakota and Texas have also introduced similar anti-evolution bills.
Given Americans' overall frustration with legislative shenanigans, surely the curtain should be pulled on the anti-evolution dog and pony show.
Lead author David Johnson, a postdoctoral research associate with the Religion and Public Life Program, and coauthors Elaine Scheitle (assistant professor of sociology at West Virginia University, Morgantown) and Elaine Ecklund (Rice's chair in Social Sciences, director of the Religion and Public Life Program, and a scholar at the Institute for Public Policy) conducted a national analysis and found that, in the last 10 years, anti-evolution bills were introduced 110 times in 26 states.
The language reveals that the bill is anti-evolution because it follows a formula called "teaching the controversy" about evolution.
The anti-evolution internet empire of Harun Yahya merits an endnote, but there is hardly any information on the widespread current debates in Arabic over evolution; nor are the few surveys of Muslim attitudes about belief in evolution consulted.
Notably, this declaration was made when anti-evolution statutes were still on the books in multiple American states, and at a time when, "in response to sensitivity about the topic, national textbook writers became increasingly less dogmatic in their presentation of Darwinism," as Edward Larson recounts in his Pulitzer Prize-winning history of the Scopes Trial.
The cases are organized around a historical framework and cover the anti-evolution crusade, extending the establishment clause to the states, experimenting with accommodation, the rise and fall of balanced treatment, creationist textbooks and teachers, disclaiming and defaming Darwinism, and anti-evolutionism in the 21st century.
A LEADING scientist was shocked to hear that a "dangerous" anti-evolution message was being peddled in a Scots state school.
The Present Status of the Anti-evolution Law in Tennessee.
Clearly, ideology fueled the development of the anti-evolution movement, as evolution was depicted as a liberal philosophy rather than an explanation of life's diversity and unity.
The United States isn't the only nation where anti-evolution sentiment is winning against science.
Biologists were not consulted in the decision to revise textbooks, and there's little pushback from the scientific community against the anti-evolution movement," the report quoted Jang, as saying.