The Indiana Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would allow creationism
to be taught in the classroom -- an idea that, if it becomes law, could
likely end up in a courtroom.
Senate Bill 89, authored by Sen.
Dennis Kruse, R-Auburn, would allow schools to teach religion-based
views on the origin of creation -- be they Muslim, Jewish, Scientology
or Christian -- alongside the theory of evolution in public school
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