Re: [asa] Cobb County settles lawsuit

From: Michael Roberts <michael.andrea.r@ukonline.co.uk>
Date: Wed Dec 20 2006 - 15:18:06 EST

If the majority of the community said that AIDS was not caused by a virus,
and that the earth is flat and only 10,000 years, should this be taught -
it would be democratic.

Be consistent

Michael
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From: "James Mahaffy" <mahaffy@dordt.edu>
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Subject: Re: [asa] Cobb County settles lawsuit

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>>>> PvM <pvm.pandas@gmail.com> 12/20/06 1:01 AM >>>
> It's Kitzmaz all over again :-)
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>> It's not a very good year for ID proponents.
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> About the only statement I can agree with.
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>> First Kitzmiller and the incessant whining about how
>> irrelevant the ruling really was, and then
>> the elections and now Cobb County settling the lawsuit.
>> One may wonder how (ir)relevant the ruling really was.
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> I don't care what you wonder. I do care about the broader issue of
> whether or not public education should claim that it is
> neutral and the beliefs of the teachers and the community CAN NOT be
> part of the education. I would content to make the strong separation
> and put some academic areas in the neutral camp is to teach a
> secularism.
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> Now that is an issue I would like see us discuss on its merits.
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>> The noise from ID suggests that they realize it is far more relevant
>> than they want to openly admit.
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> This is a non sequitor if I ever saw one.
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