Wednesday, April 12, 2006

ID Courses Being Offered at Colleges and Universities

George Mason University is probably most well-known now for their surprise NCAA Final Four Men's Basketball appearance this spring. However, they are also known for attacking intelligent design theory in a number of their classes. (See here). However, other schools are beginning to offer intelligent design courses, including the anti-ID ivy league school, Cornell University. Below are some examples of universities that are beginning to teach intelligent design. It will be interesting to see how the theory is presented in these classes.

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
Genes and Genesis
Honors 399: Physics, Philosophy, and Fundamentalism

CORNELL UNIVERSITY
Evolution and Design: Is There a Purpose in Nature?

Perhaps more universities and colleges will follow suit and allow discussion of intelligent design. And if we're lucky, maybe George Mason University will do something decent besides win basketball games.

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