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Old 01-24-2009, 12:07 PM   #53 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by mriff View Post
But test, how are they to be taught? As valid science? Does creationism have valid science backing it up? If so, sure, teach it. But to this day, no one has tested any hypothesis about intelligent design or creationism successfully. So tell me how and why it should be taught in the science classroom. Shouldn't these ideas (they are not theories) be taught in humanities classes?
well, I think science class is by default where it will come into play. Ideas or theories, thats fine as long as the students can be presented with the ideas.
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