... people say that ID is really creationism. What this is supposed to amount to is not that the propositions affirmed by intelligent design are the same propositions as those affirmed by creationism. (Plato argued for intelligent design but denied creationism.) No, what people do at this point is pull out the Wedge Document and other stuff that indicates that the PEOPLE who advocate ID do so for religious reasons. But, plenty of people do evolutionary biology who have religious motives, or rather, antireligious motives. If people have to have perfectly religiously neutral motives to teach science, then you can't teach science.-Victor Reppert in a comment here: Can atheist advocacy be limited by the Establishment Clause.
Sunday, April 24, 2016
If people have to have perfectly religiously neutral motives to teach science, then you can't teach science
Posted by Nick
at 12:56 AM