Judge rules schools must remove stickers from texts

ATLANTA (BP)— The months-long trial over whether evolution disclaimers in the form of stickers on textbooks in a Cobb County, Ga., school district are permissible ended with a federal judge saying the stickers clearly have a “secular purpose” but are unconstitutional and must be removed.

ANALYSIS: Discovery Institute explains intelligent design

SEATTLE (BP)–The theory of intelligent design is in the news right now, but some of the purportedly factual descriptions of the theory being offered by reporters are highly inaccurate. Part of the reason for this is that some reporters are citing as fact partisan descriptions of design theory offered by anti-design groups such as the ACLU.

I.D. pivotal in philosopher’s turn from atheism

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)—Christian apologist Gary Habermas had just finished debating noted British atheist Antony Flew about the existence of God and the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

PBS station bans I.D. documentary

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (BP)—"Unlocking the Mystery of Life," a science documentary about intelligent design, has been banned by a local PBS station in Albuquerque, N.M., according to the Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture.

ACLU & AU sue school board over intelligent design
n I.D. proponents argue some features of the natural world are result of cause rather than evolution

DOVER, Pa. (BP)–A federal lawsuit filed Dec. 14 contends that “intelligent design,” if presented in public school science classes, will violate students’ religious liberty by promoting particular religious beliefs under the guise of science education.