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The Truth of Genesis: Responding To A State Education Official

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Dear Dr. So & So,
Thank you for responding.
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However, there is a gross misunderstanding here.

The Biblical account of creation is not covered on xxx biology xxx.
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There is no "creation account" in Genesis.   That comes from the ignorance of the worlds of Creationism and Theology.   Chapter one is about the 4.6 billion year history of Earth.   Chapter two is about the history of modern mankind, from 7200 BC.

I am the Genesis expert, and not the "creationist clowns" you may have heard of, such as Ken Ham, Kent Hovind, Hugh Ross, and others.   They don't understand the Genesis text, and teach non-applicable doctrines.
Federal courts have ruled that creation science, a religious concept or belief, is not classified as science.
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Let me bring you up to speed.   Just as there are various Christian denominations (each one says they are correct), there are different creationist platforms.   If you had examined the sample presentation I sent you, you would have seen where I exposed all of them to be non-biblical.   Perhaps you need more enforcing.   ALL CURRENT CREATIONIST DOCTRINES ARE GARBAGE, and have no place is science classes.
What is relevant content for a "purely science classroom" is a valid opposing view that historically explains both the fossil and geologic histories of Earth, which creationism and Intelligent Design do not offer.

It is not permissible for teachers, administrators or school staff to lead students in prayer, to teach preference of one religious denomination over another or to evangelize to students during the school day.
That sounds as valid as the statement that Governor Perry made when he said that "public schools in Texas teach Creationism".   Face reality.   ALL public schools around the country foolishly teach the religion of Atheism as a preference over other belief systems.   Evolution has a monopoly in the curriculum, and school officials use silly excuses to withhold the truth of origins from the students.
Must I say this again?   I'M NOT TALKING ABOUT CREATIONISM.   I'm talking about Education Reform, which allows the only valid opposing view to evolution to be taught along with the (false) conclusions of science about our origins.
The only reason to withhold a valid opposing view, such as the "Observations of Moses", is to proselytize students into the belief system of Atheism, which should be against state law.   Does it take a massive lawsuit, bringing in former students that have been turned from their former beliefs, to the religion of Atheism, because of what was "only allowed to be taught" in public schools? Have you heard of the Lemon Test?   Read up on it.   The ONLY way for schools to be neutral is to present the truth of Genesis (not creationism), and the conclusions of science.   As of now, schools are taking the side of Atheism, claiming ignorance to any other explanation.
Well, I am now bringing you "another" explanation.   I offer to show the presentation, and conduct a 6-hr class for your science teachers (and school board members) on the correct interpretation of Genesis, and how to convey it to students.   There is no longer any excuse for "lying" to students about the origins of Earth, the universe, and past life forms on Earth.   If we're purposely not teaching the truth of history, then we are LYING to students.
It should be your duty to examine, investigate, and review all the claims that I have made, else you are being detrimental to the education process.
Let's try this again, with honesty this time.
Please advise,
Herman Cummings 


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Author of the book, "Moses Didn't Write About Creation!", and promoter of teaching "the Observations of Moses".

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