Tuesday, November 29, 2005


ID Doesn't Fly at Harvard Divinity School

"When Harvard was founded in 1636, the University was charged with educating ministers in creationism and other central tenets of Christianity," writes Sarah E. F. Milov in The Harvard Crimson.
Three hundred and sixty-nine years later, in the midst of a national debate about God’s place in the classroom, even the University’s divinity faculty—the heirs to that theological mission—reject the latest argument for God’s role in creation: "intelligent design.”


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