This board welcomes anyone who would like to post empirical scientific evidence for the theory of evolution (in this case, the creation of the universe).
For the last time:
Theory of evolution ≠ Creation of the universe
Not equal. Separate disciplines. Different concepts. Different rules. Not the same.
Instead of taking advantage of this great opportunity, they take up our time with first admitting that there are no naturalistic explanations, but then go on to claim that that shouldn't stand in the way of teaching the nonsense anyway!
And why shouldn't it be taught? What's wrong with it? Why is it nonsense?
There's no naturalistic explanation why the poetry of Shakespeare is so beautiful, should it not be taught?
There's no naturalistic explanation why visual arts affect us so, should it not be taught?
There's no naturalistic explanation for God - should it not be taught?
Why, in your mind, is a naturalistic explanation for everything required in order for it to be a valid concept to be explained to those who want to learn? Are you THAT strict of a scientist? Or are you simply afraid of it?