Thursday, October 06, 2005

The Battle Over Intelligent Design

by Michael Gregory Steele and Herman B. Hayes

I've now laid out all the theological details of this great battle of evolution vs. intelligent design, but now I need to talk about the enemy in this religious war. If you still don't agree that ID belong in our schools then I've got some bad news for you -- you're the enemy.

Other enemies of God have recently decided to sue the school district in Dover, PA for requiring the teaching of intelligent design.
The eight families say the district policy promotes the Bible's view of creation, violating the constitutional separation of church and state. But the rural school district of about 3,500 students argues it is not endorsing any religious view and is merely giving ninth-grade biology classes a glimpse of differences over evolution.
But again, fellow conservatives, don't worry as this is without a doubt good old creationism. In fact the following was revealed about the original drafts of the official ID textbook, Of People and Pandas during this trial:
"Devastating" early drafts of a controversial book recommended as reading at a US high school reveal how the word “creationism” had been later swapped for “intelligent design”
Now, I guess I just have a different definition of the word "devastating" than the author of this article. I would personally describe this revelation as fantastic, possibly even delectable, but that's just me. To my followers this should be all the proof needed to show that intelligent design is a perfect way to get God into science class.

So who are the people behind this court challenge in Dover? The answer to this question is the same as the answer to the following: What organization hates God more than any group (excluding the Democratic Party)? That's right, The American Civil Liberties Union.

The ACLU is afraid of letting God into public schools. The ACLU is petrified that with the entire field of science based around the Lord that they'll be left out in the cold. Those atheist scientists with their homosexual safety goggles and unnecessarily phallic test tubes will be the ones being called "unscientific," and the ACLU will have no cases to take on because everyone will be Christian and happy.

This battle over the teaching of intelligent design is the central part of this holy war we've all been waging for years. The ACLU has long perpetuated the myth of separation of Church and State, but we're finally going to fight back. Taking back science is the first step in destroying this myth and creating a more Jesus centered nation. The battle begins here, but the war will wage until we win back this country in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Related sites that fill me with rage:
Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster
Intelligent Falling


At October 08, 2005 5:01 AM, Blogger Kirk said...

Yep, when the ACLU isn't busy siding with the terrorists, they are out attacking Christianity. This wouldn't be happening if Joseph McCarthy were still with us. God bless that man!

At October 08, 2005 9:28 PM, Blogger Michael Gregory Steele and Herman B. Hayes said...

kirk: Exactly. As far as I'm concerned the ACLU is public enemy number one, right before the Democratic Party and al Queda.

At October 26, 2005 2:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

But what about all those cases where the ACLU defends the rights of the religious? How do you explain all that?

At October 26, 2005 3:23 PM, Blogger Michael Gregory Steele and Herman B. Hayes said...

dan: You are as presumptuous as you are ignorant. The ACLU defends the rights of all religions except the one that truly matters -- Christianity. I suppose you think I should applaud their effort in protecting the religious rights of those who choose to worship the wrong god. Well, I don't.


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