Tuesday, November 22, 2005


KU Faculty has had Enough

All the boys at the Discovery Institute want, they say, is to "teach the controversy." To expose students to other points of view. To give them all the evidence. Somehow, though, we suspect they won't be satisfied with this...

"Creationism and intelligent design are slated to be the subjects of a Kansas University class next semester — but as mythology, not science," reports Sophia Maines of the Lawrence Journal-World.

“The KU faculty has had enough,” said Paul Mirecki, chairman of KU’s religious studies department. He said he planned to teach “Special Topics in Religion: Intelligent Design, Creationism and other Religious Mythologies” next semester.


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