should evolution be taught in 'public' schools

most evolutionists will say evolution is proven but then dont tell you the evidence i know for a fact many things that support evolution have been proven wrong but are still taught for EX

lucy [also amost all of the other 'missing links'] , preborn baby have gill slits , the whales and snakes have useless leg bones,

i dont think evolution is wrong and cant be proven right but i think it should be called a theroy and NOT taught in public schools to our kids who many of us try to rais to belive in god. there is evidence pointing towards evolution but not enough to be alled fact many of you will disagree with that but plz keep in mind the point of this

should evolution be taught in public schools as a fact

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