Post Tagged with: "Intelligent Design"

Legislation Promotes Open Flow of Information in Schools

Legislation Promotes Open Flow of Information in Schools

There are a couple of good recently-introduced bills in the South Dakota Legislature which deal with the open flow of information in South Dakota schools. I dialogued briefly with Senator Jeff Monroe, the prime sponsor, about these this morning. SB 101 was crafted to ensure that a teacher may provide instruction in the area of personhood before birth, and SB 112 was designed to prohibit schools from preventing the instruction of intelligent design.

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Which World Do You Live In?

Which World Do You Live In?

In the course of various discussions about frequently debated subjects, I have observed that there are some people whose viewpoints indicate that they live in the real world, and others whose viewpoints indicate that they live in a fantasy world. By the latter, I refer to people who assume that certain things are true that really aren’t, and that certain things have happened that never really did or could.

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From Conception to Birth: An Amazing Illustration

From Conception to Birth: An Amazing Illustration

Alexander Tsiaras is Associate Professor of Medicine and Chief of Scientific Visualization at Yale’s Department of Medicine. He wrote algorithims and code for NASA to do virtual surgery in preparation for deep space exploration. He uses some of this technology to show us what human development looks like from conception to birth. The intricacy, complexity and genius of engineering that is the human being is amazing. One wonders how anyone in this day and age of advanced science could ever believe this came about without an intelligent designer.

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