Steve Abrams - antievolution ringmaster
Steve Abrams - antievolution ringmaster

steve abrams
"We view this hearing as an opportunity to educate the committee and the public."

"These hearings were not about my religious views; they were about what is good science."

"The Board has heard credible scientific testimony that indeed there are significant debates about the evidence for key aspects of chemical and biological evolutionary theory"

“If students … do not understand the weaknesses of evolutionary theory as well as the strengths, a grave injustice is being done to them,”

“At some point in time, if you compare evolution and the Bible, you have to decide which one you believe, that’s the bottom line.”

Steve Abrams
Arkansas City DVM - At wikipedia

Kansas, where science de-evolves

From the Kansas City Star - Abrams said he believes the Earth is less than 10,000 years old. And he believes the Genesis account of creation. That makes him a young-Earth creationist, he agrees.

Inherit an Ill wind - Abrams complains

Letter to the Wichita Eagle - hearings were about good science

In the Salt Lake City Tribune

An expert on carbenes (Phil Skell) weighs in - It's evolution or the Bible

More from the Kansas City Star, The 1999 standards, BBC reports 1999 standards

New York Times reports 1999 Standards