Bush science is dangerous slope

May 2005
Reports of the National Center for Science Education;May-Aug2005, Vol. 25 Issue 3/4, p36
Academic Journal
The article comments on the decision and views of United States President George W. Bush's support of intelligent design in the teaching of natural history. He emphasized that both sides ought to be properly taught so people can understand what the debate is about. Bush's support begins with the biblical story of Genesis, which follows that story of the Christian biblical creation, with its inherent and particular logic. The president's public testimony as a born-again Christian, is his foundational and inspirational basis for deepening the fundamentalist message from the pulpit.


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