In this discussion, Eugenie Scott talks about teaching evolution. Recognizing and understanding the three main arguments against evolution or the “pillars of creationism”, says Scott, will help teachers and scientists to refute creationism and defend the teaching of evolution in public schools.
Eugenie Scott is the Executive Director of the National Center for Science Education, a not-for-profit organization working to keep evolution education in the public schools. She has been an activist in the creationism vs. evolution controversy for over 25 year and has received national recognition for her efforts. Continue Reading