We probably all read the headlines…(here and here) the Circuit Court bans ID in Dover, PA.

So I began reading the document. Sadly, the case while reasoned in places, seems bent on error. Through the panel of ‘expert witnesses’, the court established by the rule of scientific naturalism that Intelligent Design Theory is not science, as it requires supernatural causation. Furthermore, the court went on to say that ID can not be science as it is not accepted in the scientific community, published in peer-reviewed journals, nor is it researchable or testable. In a community dominated by die-hard Darwinians, it is no wonder that ID can’t get a fair hearing, research money, or air-time in peer-reviewed journals.

I’m sure Baal worshipers had reasoned arguments to support their Baal worship, and astrologers had arguments for worshiping stars.

I’m sure there will be a flood of comment on this in the blogosphere.
Saddened by the day’s events.
-mark

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