Would you allow teaching that light is a form of electromagnetic radiation? How about that fusion happens in the cores of stars? How about that the half-life of U238 is about 5 billion years? How about that there are atoms? Or subatomic particles?<quoted text>Science is a study of the natural material things on Earth and throughout the universe. It is only possible to accept the Bible if you do not deny the power of the God of the Bible. All power in heaven and in earth is in God's hands, and all things are possible with him. The real evidence will verify his existence. I would not teach any speculation in science class as being fact like I think some people are doing with Darwinism.
The inferences that species change over geological time is as established as the fact that fusion happens inside stars. That isn't speculation. It is deduction from the known laws of physics and from observation.
The problem is that the *facts* show your bronze-age myths are wrong.