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Number Forty-Nine, November 18, 2005

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This is a very timely topic as school boards, university presidents, President Bush, the Pope and the Dali Lama have been talking about ID in recent months.  The first court case on ID will be decided soon in Dover Pennsylvania.  No matter what the outcome expect this to be only the first court battle on ID, not the last.  For a great summary of some of the action read Mike Behe’s blog entry or Casey Luskin’s report of Scott Minnich’s testimony.  If you really want some entertainment read through the actual court transcripts. Another gem from the trial is the expert witness report submitted by science philosopher and historian Steve Fuller who concludes that intelligent design is a legitimate scientific inquiry.

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