National Forensic League weighs in on ID
|December 22, 2005||Posted by William Dembski under Intelligent Design|
The same day that Judge Jones ruled it unconsitutional to teach about intelligent design in public school science curricula, the National Forensic League (i.e. the national high school debate organization) released the following 2006 January Public Forum Topic:
Resolved: In the United States, public high school science curriculum should include the study of the Theory of Intelligent Design.
So, at the same time that the federal courts are outlawing even a one minute allusion to ID in high school biology classes, the high schools themselves can sponsor an extra-curricular activity where their brightest kids have to research the topic in depth. Perhaps design proponents have won the day after all.