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Intelligent Design

Just try to mention a challenge to Darwinian evolution in a public school or state legislature or radio talk show and watch the smoke start rising...

In early 2006, for example, the Ohio State Board of Education struck down a voluntary class that would help students "learn how scientists continue to investigate and critically analyze aspects of evolutionary theory." It provided for no examination of evidence for intelligent design; but allowed students to "critically analyze" evolution.

Science cannot prove anything; it can only create scientific "laws". In other words, in the creation vs. evolution debate, both are theories, not law, and not fact.

Why not at least give equal access to both?

More information on the evidence for intelligent design by Dr. Chuck McGowen.