The significance of Darwin
They believe human beings were created by God. In the 19th Century, when ideas of evolution began and fossils were discovered, it was impossible to exaggerate the revolutionary character of the notion that we were descended from animals rather than created by God.
It's the spring of 1925, and the Tennessee legislature passes a law prohibiting educators from teaching anything other than Creationism in schools. The fledgling American Civil Liberties Union runs ads in local newspapers, hoping to find someone willing to challenge the law.