Current attempts to introduce "scientific creationism", "creationism", or the Judeo-Christian biblical account of creation, as well as to reframe the discussion around terms such as "abrupt appearance theory", "intelligent design theory", or other disguised forms of creationism into the science classroom along with or instead of evolutionary science are strongly opposed by The Iowa Academy of Science on the grounds that creationism, in whatever form, is a religious doctrine and not science.
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"Statement of the Position of the Iowa Academy of Science on the Validity of Evolutionary Science and on the Status of Creationism as a Scientific Explanation of Natural Phenomena,"
Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science: JIAS, 107(2), 54-54.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/jias/vol107/iss2/8