So there it is. The "let's put religion in the schools because evolution isn't science based theory", and "you don't have to answer your door" arguments.<quoted text> hey man. You don't have to answer the door. What about the peple from acorn going door to door. And they don't push to teach god in public schools, only to include other theories other than darwinism. Which isn't proven just like god.and the secular push to remove anything that challenges darwinism is really exactly what you're talking about. Just because you don't push your crap in the name of a god doesn't make it any different than what you accuse others of. Accurately or not.
Here's the problem:
Evolution is scientific theory, and is empirically evidence based. Religion is not.
The state is obligated to provide a free education to every child within its boundaries. The vast majority of people, through their school boards, express a desire that the children in public schools receive science education.
The state may not constitutionally promote religion. But it certainly can promote science education, and certainly should.
If someone wants their child to learn creationism, they're free to handle that privately.
If I want religion, I'll drive around til I find a church. The very moment those bible pimps are walking up my sidewalk, they're trespassers.