Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Intelligent Design debate

NY Times article about Michael Behe testifying for Intelligent Design. His book, Darwin's Black Box is quite good. I found it very useful during my years in public high school.

One thing I want to comment on is how interesting the Liberal's statements are on this matter. It simply isn't good enough for Darwin to be taught in the school--he must be taught to the exclusion of everything else. This is interesting because on everything else they want people to keep an open mind: Islam and Christianity really worship the same God. It is all the same there, but when a diverse point of view is suggested that goes to the core of their Humanism, well, now that is different. Really, it is the government's job to turn all children into little Humanists isn't it?

This rhetoric about separation of church and state is becoming comical to me lately. Not because they really mean it, but simply because it is a code word for "my way or the highway." Ironic isn't it that those who tout being so open-minded really could care less about being open minded? You see, if they really were open-minded, they would want their children introduced to as many different ideas as possible. No, all they want is their Humanism taught; that way there will never be any challenge to it. I would like to see a lawsuit that asks the school systems to remove this religion/philosophy of Humanism from our schools, but I have a feeling Liberals wouldn't even understand what I was talking about.

1 Comments:

At 7:48 AM, Blogger Bud said...

I am also greatly impressed with Robert Gentry's Creation's Tiny Mystery Which documents the evidence concerning billions and billions of radiohalos that appear in the original rock of creation--halos made by radioactive substances that have half-lives of only a few seconds.

But we have better witnesses than all the sciences: the sure word of prophecy, directly from God in the books of Moses, Psalms, and other writings.

God bless.

 

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