I’ll have a question after you read this.

No need to tell anyone your answer, but please do answer honestly.

Lawmaker backs creation institute
Coordinating board had rejected group’s master’s degree proposal.

The Institute for Creation Research couldn’t get its proposal to offer an online master’s degree in science education approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board last year.

Now, an East Texas lawmaker has come up with an alternative: Exempt the institute from the coordinating board’s rules.

His proposal would exempt private, nonprofit educational institutions that do not accept state funding and state-administered federal funding from coordinating board rules.

If you ever found yourself seated across a desk from a surgeon as he droned on about your upcoming triple bypass, whose diploma do you want to see hanging on the wall behind him?

The State’s, of The Creation Research Institute’s?

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