Mythology and Creationism in a new tuxedo

The following post has two questions namely;

1.Mythology

Choose two major myths or episodes in Classical mythology (i.e. a major Homeric hymn or set of hymns, a substantial account or summary such as Hesiod or Apollodorus, or major episodes in the
Homeric and/or Virgilian epics).Compare and contrast the figures and events described in the two myths or episodes, and demonstrate how they contain important wisdom or lessons for an ancient
and/or modern audience.You should also mention here at least two Classical texts that you plan to discuss and quote (i.e. The Iliad and The Aeneid). Yo

2.Creationism in a new tuxedo

Proponents of “Intelligent Design” insist that institutions of higher learning should permit, but not require, scientists and philosophers to develop hypotheses of divine origins for mankind. They
argue that the concept of Intelligent Design implies nothing about beliefs, and only implies that “life had an intelligent source:’ Basing your answer on the readings and course material, do you
think Intelligent Design should be taught as legitimate course of study? Why or why not? Finally, why do you think a significant portion of the U.S. population today still doubts evolution, despite
all of the evidence?