Joined: Oct. 2005
|Quote (heddle @ May 21 2007,16:59)|
|Rather than argue with you about your fine-tuner religious beliefs--probably the least productive thing I can imagine doing--I'd be interested in hearing what you think the IDers/Creationists are going to do, post-Dover, in terms of political strategy. We've pondered the question here before, with little success. Are they going to promote summer bible-'science' camps? Focus on more religious 3rd world countries? Change their name and try the courts again?|
I have no clue. I can only hope that they stop embarrassing Christianity via unbiblical ends-justify-the-means politicking and their incessant victimhood-esque whining. While I can hope, Iím not optimistic.
Actually, what I'd like to see, short of their going away altogether, is that they redirect their energies to improving science education in Christian schools. I am appalled when I look at the science offerings at many Christian colleges.
For several years I paid the rent by tutoring high school and college kids in math and science. Once, I briefly had a client in Biology who went to that christian high school in north Raleigh. They were using Biology: God's Living Creation. I recommend flipping through that book, or reading excerpts on the internet, if you don't know what Heddle means when he says he's appalled. Yikes.