Liberty University Law
Review on Intelligent Design
by Hosea Horneman, John Calvert, Johnny Buckles, Casey
Luskin, Edward Sisson, Barbara Mouly
This issue of the Liberty University Law Review (Vol 3, No
2) was produced as a result of a symposium on Intelligent Design and the Law
hosted at Liberty University in February 2009. It contains five articles by
lawyers providing different perspectives on why the teaching of ID in not only
legal, but necessary in a public school curriculum that discusses origins.
While there are various articles available on this topic, as well as the
Kitzmiller court case, this is the only volume we are aware of that offers a
comprehensive set of articles that correctly address the issue of ID and
evolution in the public schools.
The authors take on difficult questions that continue to
plague judges, educators and philosophers. Is intelligent design science? Is
it religion? Is it both? Is Darwinian evolution science, religion or both?
How should sensitive topics such as human origins be handled in the public
schools? The Kitzmiller v. Dover case is examined in detail as well as other
court cases related to the issue as the authors chart out various strategies
for moving forward.
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