Opinion: Darwin's theories have holes

09/19/2003 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Critiques of Darwin's theories on evolution often are wrongly dismissed as religiously motivated, according to one writer. Schools should present theories that challenge Darwin's ideas as a way of teaching students to weigh scientific evidence, the writer says.

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