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Friday, October 07, 2005

Student IDEA and IDURC clubs: Some students are not easily intimidated

In the previous post, I said, "What blows me away is the belief that students will not soon realize that this is all happening because the Darwinists have not made a good case, and are therefore enforcing their philosophy of origins by authority alone." Looks like that's already happening. I have been told that the IDEA Club at Berkeley will be profiled on National Public Radio.

According to "Tom", a student member,

Our chapter will be hosting free video screenings and guest lectures from a wide variety of scholars, so stay tuned. As Berkeley students, we encourage you to exercise your freedom of speech and academic inquiry. We know that you can think for yourself, so don’t settle for misconceived second opinions about ID. We want to help you move beyond the politics, and invite you to investigate the primary scholarship and decide for yourself.

Incidentally, there are other IDEA clubs, whose headquarters is the Intelligent Design and Evolution Awareness Center (IDEA:)

The Intelligent Design and Evolution Awareness (IDEA) Center is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting intelligent design theory and fostering good - spirited discussion and a better understanding over intelligent design theory and the creation - evolution issue among students, educators, churches, and anyone else interested.

There are also similar IDURC clubs (Intelligent Design Undergraduate Research Center), "a community of students interested in intelligent design and evolutionary theory, whose motto is "Free minds ask questions."

Yes, free minds do ask questions. And, when it comes to public orthodoxies such as Darwinism, that are enforced by suppression of dissent, my best advice is, when in doubt ... DOUBT!

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