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Should Intelligent Design Be Taught in the Schools?

David Deamer Darrell Darling Paul Nelson Robert D'Agostino

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A Forum discussion on whether or not ?intelligent design? should be taught in schools was presented at the University of California, Santa Cruz, on October 11, 2005. The panel members included David W. Deamer, University of California, Santa Cruz; Paul A. Nelson, Senior Fellow, Discovery Institute; Robert J. D?Agostino, John Marshall Law School; Darrell Darling, theologian and biblical scholar; Moderator: Ellen Suckiel, Provost, Stevenson College at UC Santa Cruz.

Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, Dr. Deamer has been recalled to teach. His research interests include membrane biophysics, model membrane systems, membrane transport mechanisms, and molecular self-assembly processes. He is a contributor to such journals as Astrobiology, Journal of Biophysics, and Nature Biotechnology.

Dr. Nelson received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago Department of Philosophy. His thesis, On Common Descent, will be published in the University of Chicago Department of Ecology and Evolution's "Evolutionary Monographs" series (and the first in this prestigious series to critique neo-Darwinism). He has recently published in Biology and Philosophy.

Prior to joining John Marshall in 1995 and after practicing law for some 15 years, Professor D'Agostino was a tenured professor at what is now Widener Law School in Delaware. In 1981-1982, he took a two year leave of absence from Widener to serve as a presidential appointee to the U.S. Department of Justice under President Ronald Reagan, where he served as an Assistant Deputy Attorney General for Civil Rights. Professor D'Agostino also served as Dean of John Marshall Law School from 1996 to 2000. An avid bicyclist, "Dag" is also a political activist.

The Reverend Darrell Darling is a Pastor for the United Methodist in Santa Cruz, California. He is on the Steering Committee for the Resource Center for Nonviolence and has extensive experience in nonviolence education and counseling.

Recorded October 11, 2005

Approximately 1 Hour 58 Minutes.

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