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Colburn Alan & Henriques Laura (2006). « Clergy views on evolution, creationism, science, and religion ». Journal of Research in Science Teaching, vol. 43, n° 4, p. 419–442. 
Added by: Marie Musset (02 Apr 2008 17:35:24 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Colburn2006
Categories: General
Keywords: , enseignement secondaire, États-Unis, sciences, sciences naturelles
Creators: Colburn, Henriques
Collection: Journal of Research in Science Teaching
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Views index: 34%
Popularity index: 8.5%
Abstract     
Spurred by students who felt conflicted accepting evolution and the tenets of their faiths, yet knowing their faiths supported science and evolution, we began a study to determine the views clergy espouse on issues related to evolution, creationism, science, and religion. The resulting study included structured interviews with eight clergy and a religion professor, and a survey and questionnaire sent to each member of an organization made up of clergy. The data revealed a group who believed evolution and their religion to be compatible, that scripture was not meant to be understood literally, and who felt strongly that creationism did not belong in public school classrooms. The science education community may find in clergy an articulate ally in helping citizens to understand the contentious issues surrounding evolution and creationism. We share the insights that respondents provided on these issues and compared their views to those of teachers.
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