Unformatted text preview: Design is derived from creationism and suggests there is a supernatural being that created earth and all of its inhabitants. The plaintiffs filed a lawsuit against the school district claiming that the school was teaching a form of religion. After strategic review on the use of Intelligent Design, on December 20, 2005, the court filed in the plaintiffs favor. They ruled that intelligent design was not a form of science and it actually had a religious view. It was deemed unconstitutional. After reading some of the specific arguments against Intelligent Design (Professor Behe), I totally agree with the courts decision. Schools should focus on science and not religion (or supernatural beings). Students come from a wide range of backgrounds, and therefore, schools should teach in way that doesn’t single out a specific way of life or set of beliefs....
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- Spring '06
- Political Science, Intelligent design, school district, Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District, Dover Area School District