So. In my daily perusal of freelance writing ads, I came across a call for a writer to create content for a biology course. Upon further inspection, the ad stipulated that it be a "Apologia" based biology course. I had never heard of this before, so I did some Googling. Turns out, it's a creationist textbook. Here's one module.
Now, I have to say that I've never examined creationist material at any length, but I found it pretty surreal to go through this chapter. I found it particularly interesting (distressing?) how they emphasize the distinction between "theory" and "natural law". They make it sound as though, after something "sciencey" has been "proven" a big committee of lab coats rubber stamps the idea into "law". Which is, of course, absurd. This is obviously set up so that they can later make the distinction that evolution is a "theory" and not a "law".
Anyhoo, I thought it might be an interesting case study. I've heard a lot of Creationist arguments before, but I've never really taken a close look at their teaching material.