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The most widely accepted date was by Bishop Ussher:

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Nonetheless, popular opposition to evolution remained high, with the result that most textbooks made little or no mention of evolution until the early 's.

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Some Louisiana parents, teachers, and religious leaders challenged the Act's constitutionality in Federal District Court.

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In the 's, in response to the widely-spread perception that the Soviet Union had gained the upper hand in science and technology, evolution gained prominence in American public schools.

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The most widely accepted date was by Bishop Ussher:

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Comparing Religions.

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In the s, the phrase as-ifness was coined by British philosopher H.



John Staver, a professor at Kansas State University, co-chair of the Kansas school board's science writing committee, and director of Kansas State's Center for Science Education commented:.



They have since been active sponsoring heavily attended seminars across the U.



This publication gives an outlet for the research findings of creation scientists who are unable to publish their creation-oriented papers in "regular" geology and biology periodicals.



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