ID in the official curriculum at the University of Bern
|January 28, 2006||Posted by William Dembski under Intelligent Design|
This just in from a colleague about the internationalizing of ID:
ID is part of an university lecture on the University
of Bern. The lecture is called “Philosophy of Biology”
and organized by Prof. Dr. Gerd GraÃƒÅ¸hoff.
suggested reading (Lesson 8) is an article by the
german evolution-critic and ID-proponent Reinhard
Junker (he has a creationist background) and a paper
by Michael Behe:
Part of the lesson are also ID-critical arguments from
Clare Stevens, etc.
ID is also part of the examination-questions:
Look at question six: It demands from students, that
they understand irreducible complexity.
Question’s eight (and IMHO seven) is pointing toward
the possible connection between ID and the
similarity-pattern of life.
Well, I don’t think, that the lecture is perfect in
relation to ID – BUT: ID is discussed on a university
Admitted: Maybe just because the DarwinianDogmatics
have overlooked this event.