SAN DIEGO, Calif. Members of the NEA Creation Science Educators Caucus distributed up to 1,000 free copies of The Charles Darwin Bible to teachers during the National Education Association's annual convention.
The Bibles were provided by Answers in Genesis, the Kentucky- based ministry that operates the Creation Museum.
"To be clear, the NEA Science Educator's Caucus purpose is to reach individual teachers with the creation/gospel message and not necessarily to change the system," said Tony Ramsek, a spokesman for the creation caucus. "We are not there to lobby for policy or political changes within the NEA system, but rather to share the life-changing gospel with teachers."
Although the caucus has been represented at the convention for 14 years, it's the first time, Ramsek said, that a Bible has been distributed. The Darwin Bible is an HCSB version and is a pocket-sized New Testament, designed to share with evolutionists, explaining scientific and biblical facts about the origins of life and the truth of the Creator.