It's 9:00 a.m.: What is the biology class studying?
Here's a collection of quotations from textbooks, compiled by Casey Luskin of the Discovery Institute, that clearly promote a no-design/purpose philosophy of life to students. Show the following to anyone who claims that it is way overblown and people are making a big fuss over nothing:
"[E]volution works without either plan or purpose … Evolution is random and undirected."
(Biology, by Kenneth R. Miller & Joseph S. Levine (1st ed., Prentice Hall, 1991), pg. 658; (3rd ed., Prentice Hall, 1995), pg. 658; (4th ed., Prentice Hall, 1998), pg. 658; emphasis in original.)
"By coupling undirected, purposeless variation to the blind, uncaring process of natural selection, Darwin made theological or spiritual explanations of the life processes superfluous." (Evolutionary Biology , by Douglas J. Futuyma (3rd ed., Sinauer Associates Inc., 1998), p. 5.)
Read more such quotations here.
(Note: This would be fine with me if alternative philosophical viewpoints were presented, but from what I can tell this stuff is called "science.")