"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Monday, September 26, 2005
(Partial transcript from In The Agora)
A Pennsylvania federal court Monday was set to consider whether school districts may teach a concept known as "intelligent design" prior to teaching biology lessons on evolution. Eight families in Dover, Pennsylvania, claim that teaching the theory in schools is a violation of the separation of church and state.
The "intelligent design" concept, developed by scholars over the last 15 years, sets forth the belief that Charles Darwin's theory of evolution cannot completely explain the origin of life, contending that an unidentified intelligent force played a role.
Editor's note: This case has the ACLU all over it, who seems more determined than any organization in American history to remove the concept of God from all public places (probably even the dollar bill!). More can be found over at In The Agora, although it is surprising that Stop The ACLU has not picked up this story yet.
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