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There are several nonscholarly sources appearing on Google Scholar. These nonscholarly sources are AnswersInGenesis.org, Creation.com (Creation Ministries International), and ICR.org (Institute for Creation Research). These three groups do not produce scholarly material.
The information in their publications is deeply biased to represent Young Earth Creationism. The material that they publish is devoid of real scientific research and yet attempts to present it as if it were real scientific research. On top of this, these organizations also give out incorrect information as a way to dissuade people from believing real scientific research into matters such as the age of the Earth, and the validity of scientific knowledge such as the Theory of Evolution by natural selection.
Because Google Scholar has some weight, especially to youths doing research for class, it is highly inappropriate for these articles to show up under Google Scholar. Articles such as these, that have a distinct religious agenda and even go as far as giving incorrect information about science, should not be allowed on Google Scholar.
The teaching of Evolution in the school system, is mandatory, This should be a choice. A child should not fail the class, Because they choose not to listen to this theory. If evolution is taught in School. Why not allow creation to be taught also.
Why should a child be forced to listen to this theory, if they do not believe this concept? Teach Creation also. And let the student choose. Let us Christians have a voice! Give Jesus and creation a chance. Give a student the chose of what he may believe. Why is evolution taught as a fact!
Let's give the people a chance to hear the truth God created our universe.
The purpose of this petition is to gather enough signatures of currently enrolled law students at Washington University in St. Louis to formally create an Immigration Law Society at Wash U.
The Law School has never had an Immigration Law Society, yet St. Louis is the home of a surprisingly large population of new immigrants and refugees. Immigration is a topic commonly intertwined with employment and labor law, criminal law, health care, international law and foreign policy, among many other areas. The Immigration Law Society at Wash U would allow students to explore immigration law through direct community outreach, local and national speakers, fair-minded debates, contacts with employers and professional organizations, and advocacy and awareness events. Furthermore, the community outreach and volunteer aspect of the organization would provide students another avenue to obtain real-world legal experiences while in school, giving Wash U law students a competitive edge in the job market, even in areas other than immigration.
If you support the creation of this new organization, please help us by signing this petition. Under the Bylaws of the Student Bar Association, a new organization needs at least 10 registered members and twenty student signatures supporting the group’s formation, among other things. Please note in the space provided whether you would like to sign as a "Member" or "Supporter."
In 1998 Raven Soft. released their latest installment of the famous Hexen/Heretic-game series. As Heretic II didn't seem to sell well, they haven't started yet the creation of the sequel, we are all waiting for: Hexen III. With their unique atmosphere, decent story and rich level design, both, Hexen and Hexen II belong to the best fantasy action shooters ever made. Hexen III would bring this fantastic, yet forgotten world back to life. So please, sign the petition!