HomeWorld History51 Miss USA contestants answer “Should evolution be taught in school?” 51 Miss USA contestants answer “Should evolution be taught in school?” History Buff | September 8, 2016 | Read more: http://twentytwowords.com/51-miss-usa-contestants-answer-should-evolution-be-taught-in-school/ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Tweet Pin It Related Posts World History The ridiculous Guantanamo Bay contract between Cuba and the US explained in under a minute June 9, 2016 | History Buff | No Comments | More World History Kevin Ware, Awesome Dude, Said Awesome Things At The First Press Conference Since His Horrifying Injury October 15, 2015 | History Buff | No Comments | More World History 12 Gorgeous Color Photos Of Geisha In The Late 1800s November 14, 2015 | History Buff | No Comments | More World History The history of English in 10 minutes October 30, 2016 | History Buff | 2 Comments | More About The Author History Buff More From This Author Hello, I love History and all sciences. Thank you for visiting. 6 Comments Joe S August 23, 2016 You can’t plug God into a system that by definition rejects his existence. Greg August 29, 2016 Are the stated opinions genuinely held by these women or are they responding in a way they think will best benefit their immediate cause? If politicians can corrupt their viewpoint for personal advantage, then why not also beauty pageant contestants? Maybe there is a problem with our social construct generally. Doug September 4, 2016 In a science class one should teach science. In a study of religions one should compare and contrast religions. In a bible study one should study and discuss the basic text and look for answers to spiritual matters. These types of study should be independent of each other. Kelly September 5, 2016 omg I love this! Boobies! September 6, 2016 Science and Religion are not opposites. They are complimentary. The subject of the former is the physical, and the subject of the latter is the metaphysical.The ancient Greeks realized that, thousands of years ago. Ancient Greece was not only the birthplace of the most astute philosophers in the history of mankind, but of many exceptional scientists as well.I find the fact that Americans still engage in such pointless, silly debates quite frustrating. Megan R September 7, 2016 Yeah that was pretty annoying. Maybe they should be given basic definitions before they are asked to answer this question.