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If something cannot be proven, cannot make predictions of any sort, cannot be observed, and cannot be disproven, odds are it's incorrect. Therefor it should not be taught over something which can be proven, can make predictions, can be observed, and can potentially be disproven.
Creationism is not a scientific theory like Evolution. Also, creation completely goes against many other subjects like chemistry, geology, history, physics and astronomy, not just biology.
Creationism is a part of christianity. As it sits, religion should not be thought of as "fact", but only as a belief. As such, evolution has far surpassed being simply "belief". If creationism is to be taught alongside evolution, then all other religious creationist beliefs should be taught as well.
Science doesn't have to refute something that is not proven to exist. Regardless, creationism is incompatible with fossil evidence, geology, physics, and many other sciences.
Teaching creationism is bad science. Standard creationist claims about the age of the Earth, the pattern of descent of living creatures, and human history are contradicted by scientific evidence, and were rejected by mainstream science over a century ago. Teaching this would be misinforming students
We should then learn how people were created by Holy Maize, because no religion is better than another.
Or, f*ck off.
There is overwhelming evidence that the world is more than 40,000 years old. Accepting Creationism therefore implies that all this evidence has been falsified in some manner.
Creationism therefore must either provide substantial evidence of falsification, or declare that evidence is meaningless.
Churches, mosques and other religious institutions should be required to present (and praise and preach:)) evolution, fossil record, deep time, relativity, etc.. since neither story is superior to the other.