Re: [asa] Brownback on evolution

From: PvM <>
Date: Thu Jun 14 2007 - 12:55:55 EDT

On 6/14/07, Dave Wallace <> wrote:
> David Clounch wrote:
> > Banning ideas if they are religious in nature can be banned from
> > public schools under the first amendment.
> What exactly does "religious" mean in this context and how does it
> relate to "world view". I have been reading The God Delusion and IMHO
> many of the ideas Dawkins expresses have a faith component and are
> essentially religious in nature. Has not such a religious position been
> established at least in schools by the Dover decision?

What ideas does Dawkins express that you believe have a faith
component. How are faith and religious synonyms and what religious
position has been established in schools by the Dover decision?

In order to evaluate your claims, it is helpful to understand what you
believe these ideas are and what was established by the Dover

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