Joined: Jan. 2006
Zardoz, I am not saying what you believe is wrong, I am simply saying it is not scientific and therefore does not belong in a science class.
And you and I can agree that much of nature is awe inspiring in its beauty. There is also a lot of horrifying things in nature as well. Neither the beauty nor the horror is scientific evidence of a designer.
And evolution does not answer every question. You are free to offer a more scientific and better explaination than evolution has provided. But note so far no one in the ID camp has been able to do so.
And I cannot help the fact that so many people reject testable, verifiable evidence when it comes to biology and evolution. Have you read Behe's testimony? He is the poster boy for rejecting overwhelming biological evidence. He is not alone in his pursuit to believe what he wants in spite of the obvious contradictory scientific evidence which suggests he is mistaken.
People have the right to live in a make believe world but teaching make believe in science class is not cool.
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