Teaching Intelligent Design

It ain’t science

Intelligent design in a Nutshell

But it sure is easy to learn.

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4 Responses to Teaching Intelligent Design

  1. Daniel says:

    You know, there are intelligent arguments that support this conclusion. Observed things in the world and the universe are actually taught.

  2. There may be arguments that support this argument, but none of them are intelligent. There is nothing in the process of evolution that requires anything other than natural explanations.
    Should you care to make some points, we could discuss this further.

    • Daniel says:

      Are you saying you haven’t heard them? I find that hard to believe. It’s more likely that you’ve heard them and rejected them. I respect your decision to reject them, but this does not mean they aren’t logical or true arguments. Anyone can poke holes in any argument and reject its premises, from the theory of evolution to intelligent design. I would not go so far as to say neither theory is intelligent unless you’ve got proof of logical fallacies.

      • I have heard a great many arguments in favour of Intelligent Design, and none of stands up to scrutiny to develop ID as a scientific theory. I cannot make any specific arguments against ID, other than to say it is ultimately religious, and therefore not scientific. Should you make specific arguments for ID, I can respond.

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