Casey Luskin at the Discovery Institute offers students going back to school this fall three good suggestions if they're expecting to study evolutionary theory in their classes, but his advice is good regardless of the courses students might be taking.
Here are his tips:
- Never opt out of learning evolution. In fact, learn about evolution every chance you get.
- Think for yourself, think critically, and question assumptions.
- Proactively learn about credible scientific viewpoints that dissent from Darwinism on your own time, even if your classes censor those non-evolutionary viewpoints.
The real value of Luskin's advice is in his explanations of these three recommendations. Check them out at the link.RLC