Teaching the Whole Story of Evolution

with Mike Keas of Discovery Institute

Like it or not, many science educators in public and even private schools are required to teach the theory of evolution, yet our textbooks only tell one side of the story. However, good science, and the laws of several states, demand that we teach the whole story of evolution, including evidence against it. Join us as Mike Keas of the Discovery Institute shows us why we should teach both sides of the evolution debate, and provides practical tips and curriculum for doing so.


Mike Keas

About Mike Keas

Mike has a Ph.D. in the history of science from the University of Oklahoma, and won research grants from such organizations as the National Science Foundation and the American Council of Learned Societies. He experienced some of the last historic moments behind the Berlin Wall as a Fulbright scholar in East Germany. Keas serves as lecturer in the history and philosophy of science at Biola University and on the board of directors of Ratio Christi, an alliance of apologetics clubs on college campuses. 

He has numerous publications, including his book Unbelievable: 7 Myths about the History and Future of Science and Religion. As a Senior Fellow of Discovery Institute, he co-authors high school and college science curriculum.

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  • Linda says:

    Very helpful. Thanks!!

  • Rollinda Saunders says:

    Very informative. I teach 2nd grade and have found my students bring up questions and I let other 2nd graders answer. They point to God and the Creation theory.