Dr. Carl Baugh

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“Academic Justification for Voluntary Inclusion of Scientific Creation in Public Classroom Curricula, Supported by Evidence that Man and Dinosaurs were Contemporary”

In its broad outline this dissertation presents some of the central elements in the conflict between the concepts of naturalistic evolution and special creation. This conflict is viewed especially from the standpoint of Education with extensive research on the basis of appeal for both models. Academic justification, or the lack of it, is explored from both positions with a strictly secular view of educational inquiry.

The first proposition offered is that there is academic justification for including data on scientific creation in the public classroom independent of any religious overtones. The second proposition is that original research done near Glen Rose, Texas demonstrates academic evidence that man and dinosaurs were contemporary, thus falsifying the basic structure of evolutionary theory. Additional extant falsifying data are presented.