If they teach evolution they need to keep the big bang part out. If we evolved from the big bang then why are there still bangs on earth today? If they are going to teach the theory, they at least need to teach that maybe god, or "a god of some type which science can't figure out" made the bangs. I just wish science class was all about what science knows for absolute sure (just the laws not the theories), not what they think they might know but aren't sure.
If the big bang didn't happen, then how could evolution happen? Does science have any theories other than the big bang about how the universe started that do fit with evolution? I think if the theories do not fit together, then at least one of them is wrong.
I can accept that the term "big bang" may not be accurate and is simplified, but if science just uses labels to help describe things (and those labels are not the whole theory) then why not accept the label of "God" to help use understand things. It doesn't mean it has to be my personal God or anything like that.
Doesn't the theory of God fit better with creation science then the big bang theory fits with evolution theory?