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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Darwinism franchise opens in Britain: (= ID controversy ramps up in Europe)

National Center for Science Education is one of the key groups responsible for the popularity of intelligent design theory in the United States - on account of its senseless promotion of Darwinism in the public schools. Now, I see, the idea is being
exported to Britain, so we can anticipate more people finding reasons to doubt Darwinism there.

Don't forget- most of us never think much about D. and his theory. Only when Darwinism is force fed to us, do we begin to discover that it's a load of high-energy twaddle.

My favorite NCSE move is finding a bunch of liberal dog-collars and well-meaning but clueless scientists to insist that here is no conflict between Darwinism and Christianity, when a thirteen-year-old could figure out that the conflict is obvious and fundamental.
If you like this blog, check out my book on the intelligent design controversy, By Design or by Chance?. You can read excerpts as well.

Are you looking for one of the following stories?

A summary of tech guru George Gilder's arguments for ID and against Darwinism

A critical look at why March of the Penguins was thought to be an ID film.

A summary of recent opinion columns on the ID controversy

A summary of recent polls of US public opinion on the ID controversy

A summary of the Catholic Church's entry into the controversy, essentially on the side of ID.

O'Leary's intro to non-Darwinian agnostic philosopher David Stove’s critique of Darwinism.

An ID Timeline: The ID folk seem always to win when they lose.

O’Leary’s comments on Francis Beckwith, a Dembski associate, being denied tenure at Baylor.

Why origin of life is such a difficult problem.
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