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Old 05-29-2002, 01:17 PM   #1
Red Dragon

Join Date: March 1, 2001
Location: Virginia, USA
Age: 57
Posts: 1,512
Contends that the very complexity of life is evidence that the world was organized by a guiding intelligence.

The growing movement behind the theory, which does not attribute the worlds creation to God, is supported by conservative Christian groups, whose drive to include the Bible-based "creation science" in public schools was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in 1987.

But many officials from science and education groups, most of whom teach evolution, call the language part of a wider campain to teach students to be able to speak and examine various scientific theories on the basis of all the information that is available to them.

This topic is gaining alot of attension and I was wondering what your opinions/experiences with it are. Is this a pseudo-scientific way to teach creationism or a theory that does not endorse any particular topic or philosophy?

Im not quite sure how to feel about this right now and would really value some input about it.
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