> >> Perhaps people who DO scientific research should decide
> >> such questions and not accountants, barbers, and plumbers -- many of
> >> whom
> >> will tell you they dislike science.
> > Your elitism is showing. Perhaps accountants, barbers and plumbers do
> > not know enough to make informed decisions about textbooks, but they
> > do know that they send their children off to school, and after being
> > processed by the university they get them back as agnostics or
> > atheists, and they don't like it, and science gets a large share of
> > the blame. How do you suggest we fix that?
For a start, stop telling or suggesting to young people that
they've got to make a choice between evolution OR creation. If a
Christian accepts that false dichotomy & goes to college & is told that
there's pretty good scientific reason to accept evolution, he/she may
quite logically take you at your word & stop believing in creation - and
in Christ. Matthew 18:6 applies precisely to those who put this
particular stumbling block before young Christians.