For the last several years we have heard the same argument: that evolutionists are not against intelligent design being taught, they just want it taught in a philosophy or religion class--not a science class.
However, in a recent lawsuit unfolding in California, it seems that the evolution lobby possess that alternative agenda that they always accuse intelligent design advocates of having. Frazier Mountain High School in Lebec, California was recently sued by the Americans United for Separation of Church and State for offering intelligent design in what type of class? A philosophy class, of course. Not only was it a philosophy class, but a philosophy elective. Naturally, that somehow equates mandating design to be taught in a science class.
So, what exactly is the evolution lobby's real reason for opposing design theory? It is unquestionably a philosophical and religious reason.
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