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I feel for Bryan at times because I end up with the same dilemma he does, I'm not a scientist, and ultimately fall back on philosophy to understand the science if and when it applies to grand schemes like life, the universe, and everything.

I agree with Bryan on some things too. However, I understand that these feelings, opinions, and beliefs are my own philosophy / religion and are not science.

I keep harping on this but Bryan ignore is.

Science attmepts to determine the rules by which the Universe works. It ignores the possibility that God pulls the strings behind those rules - since such philosophizing is beyond the ability of science to probe.

I have no problems with Byran and other ID'ists teaching their beliefs as long as it's in a religion class.

I draw the line at them wanting to teach it as any sort of science since it is clearly NOT science.
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