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Old 12-21-2005, 12:07 PM
jthegreat jthegreat is offline
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Default Re: Dover Intelligent Design case -- judge rules for plaintiffs

Did it really mean that no mention (or endorsement) of God may be made in the schools? Was this the father's intent?

Based on the limited knowledge I have of them, I would wager that the answer is surely 'no'

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Even if they didn't, it's clear, at the very least, that they were against outright government *support* for any one religion. Given that the issue is such a big controversy these days and given what we do know of their view, it's easy to argue that they'd support total government neutrality towards religion. It's hard to argue at all reasonably *against* government neutrality.
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