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Christopher Stapleton ANTH 2100-303 Evolution Evolution is a very is a very touchy subject to teach in school. Some people believe that the belief of evolution is a sin, and others strongly believe that evolution is true. Evolution is a theory, just like creationism is a theory. There is nothing that says without reasonable doubt either or is true. Each one has there own flaws to the system. I personally think that both of these theories are both valid and I can see both of them happening or contributing to create what we see in the word today If evolution has flaws then why teach about it? As Howard Gardner said, “the simple answer is that evolution is the basic context of all the biological sciences” (Alters 26). It is necessary to teach in order to give students a background of what’s when on. “Put another way, evolution is the explanatory framework, the unifying theory. It is indispensable to the stuffy of biology, just as the atomic theory is indispensable to the study of chemistry” (Alters 26). In biology, there are many diverse species that look similar and why is that?
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