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Re: “Palin, creationism and other red meat

Teaching the controversy on origins means she is anti-censorship. She would be able to represent all the people and get both sides out for consideration. This is good. Seldome does an issue have only one point of view. Silencing one side by legal action seems to indicate a weakness in ability to offer logical argument. Surely this is not the position of Darwinism. How could it be purely religious? Belief in God and in noGod can be seen as quivalent with niether being legislated into greater legitimacy.

Posted by QMan on 09/04/2008 at 4:58 PM

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