Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Good news from the UK on the ID front

Woo hoo, reason has won out over shrill whack-a-doodles:
The government has announced that it will publish guidance for schools on how creationism and intelligent design relate to science teaching, and has reiterated that it sees no place for either on the science curriculum.

It has also defined "Intelligent Design", the idea that life is too complex to have arisen without the guiding hand of a greater intelligence, as a religion, along with "creationism".

UK Gov boots intelligent design back into 'religious' margins | The Register

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