Wednesday, November 23, 2005

ID’s True Colors Showing Again

When Kansas state Senator Kay O’Connor (R-Olathe) found out that Kansas University was going to discuss Intelligent Design in a course called “Special Topics in Religion: Intelligent Design, Creationism and other Religious Mythologies,” she said...

Why poke a stick in somebody’s eye if you don’t have to? If you’re going to have an intelligent design course and call it mythology, I think in the very least it’s a slap in the face to every Judeo-Christian religion that’s out there.
Did somebody at the Discovery Institute forget to go over the Incompetent Design talking points with Senator O’Connor? ID is supposed to a completely scientific theory, isn’t it? I thought that it’s proponents claimed that there was nothing religious about it at all.

Why, then, is comparing ID to mythology a slap in the face to Jews and Christians?

As usual, the ID movement claim to be non-religious one moment and then show their true colors the next: ID is just religion masquerading as science.

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