MAULE.Prof.Law at LAW.VILL.EDU
Wed Mar 4 15:52:57 PST 1998
One aspect to the discussion that ought to be clarified is that
fundamentalism and Biblical literalism are different things. One can
believe in creationism without holding to the proposition that it
occurred in 4000-something BC. One can believe in creationism without
rejecting the existence of atoms. It's tough, though, to be a
Biblical literalist aside from whatever emerges from theological
science or secular science.
And I think that matters in answering the question about what the
alternatives are to the prohibition of the teaching of Darwinism.
(Incidentally, Darwinism is NOT the only theory of evolution....)
Maybe we need to get the theologians and scientists in here...
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Villanova University School of Law
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