Sunday, July 30, 2006

 

Intelligent Design In Schools, YES!

"The mantra of evolution proponents in education and in the court rooms is that 'Intelligent design models are religion, and religion does not belong in the science classroom.' At a meeting in St Louis, the AAAS president Gilbert Omenn issued a statement strongly condemning the ID movement saying, 'Such veiled attempts to wedge religion … into science classrooms is a disservice to students, parents, teachers and taxpayers.'"

I so pray for the voice of truth to be heard. Read Dr. Patrick Briney's counterattack to this malarkey.

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The ID camp needs to learn the meaning of the term 'theory' in scientific language.

A theory, in this sense of the word, is not an educated guess - it is a way of describing the facts.

Evolution is a fact. God or no God.
 
Dear Darwin, (whoa, that's weird)
Dear Charles? A theory in scientific language is just that, a theory of what might be true. Laws are facts and that is that! The definition is elementary science. Evolution is far from being proven and from more and more scientists, we are hearing it is quite fallible. Only micro adaptation, within the species, is observable. Check out Lee Strobel's The Case For Creation if you can open your mind to it. That's a challenge.
 
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