" Christians do not object to the stories of evolution being presented in science class,,,"
Yes you do. Science class is the target as creationists think they have a viable alternative in that subject. You have no math, geographic, extra literary or historical consensus inherent from religion so you try to force your myth into one narrow (at public and high school level) aspect of science.
The Wedge Document isn't a secret, you only want to wedge creationism in as a first step to belittleing then eliminating Evolutional evidence. You've been caught at it many times.
You don't need help with your religions influence, the massive amounts of lost tax-revenue is staggering, makes Trump and Gates look like poor folk in comparision.
In America (ironically the one that has constitutional laws against it) the added support is out of control, dollar for dollar restoration or upgrading of churchs, massive church supplements, Katrina restorations money being given by W Bush to church groups instead of established and proven disastor relief organizations (wonder no more why relief money at some of the highest levels were federally distributed but Katrina victims have been the least assisted since before the dust bowl of the early century? Wonder no more)
Federal funds for Christian literature or more Bibles, funds to Christian radio,tv and recently a creationist themepark. The money spent on religion in America alone could terraform Ethiopia into viable argricultural land.
No, we must keep you out of the schools before you bankrupt us back to the dark ages