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March 25, 2001 | TERESA WATANABE, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
In this rural farming community, a high school biology teacher named Roger DeHart set out to question Darwin's theories of evolution. He never mentioned God. He dissected such scientific topics as bacterial flagella, fossil records and embryonic development. Examine the evidence, he told the students, and ponder the Big Question: Is life the result of random, meaningless events? Or was it designed by an intelligent force?
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March 25, 2001 | TERESA WATANABE, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
In this rural farming community, a high school biology teacher named Roger DeHart set out to question Darwin's theories of evolution. He never mentioned God. He dissected such scientific topics as bacterial flagella, fossil records and embryonic development. Examine the evidence, he told the students, and ponder the Big Question: Is life the result of random, meaningless events? Or was it designed by an intelligent force?
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March 31, 2001
Re "Enlisting Science to Find the Fingerprints of a Creator," March 25: The only difference between the "intelligent design" movement and "creation science" is the name. There is nothing scientific about either. A scientist tests his hypothesis and submits his findings to replication by other researchers. He follows the evidence, even if it means rejecting his original idea. That's the way science works. Advocates of intelligent design start out with the answer they want, searching for evidence they think supports it and ignoring everything else.
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