Thursday, March 01, 2007
"Is the universe and all that is within it, including human beings, created through purposeful, intelligent design by a Supreme Being, that is a Creator?
"Since the universe, including human beings, is created by a supreme being (a creator), why is creationism not taught in Tennessee public schools?
"Since it cannot be determined whether the universe, including human beings, is created by a supreme being (a creator), why is creationism not taught as an alternative concept, explanation, or theory, along with the theory of evolution in Tennessee public schools?"
Seems that Sen. Shea Flinn, a Memphis Democrat, has asked Tennessess's Attorney General Bob Cooper whether those questions violate a provision in the Tennessee Constitution that bans religious tests for public office holders.
Must be some kind of atheist. After all, who cares about what's in the Constitution except them damn atheists?