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    Intelligent design also referred to as ID is a concept that has its early origins from 4th century BC in the works Timaeus by Plato were he describes a supreme wisdom and intelligence as the creator of the cosmos. In the Metaphysics Aristotle furthers developed the idea of a natural creator of the cosmos. One of the most famous ideas for intelligent design today comes the 13th century where Thomas Aguinas described the concept of design as the fifth of five proofs for the existence of God in his

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    BACKGROUND TO THE INTELLIGENT DESIGN THEORY Ever since the Scopes Monkey Trial of 1925, many have viewed Christianity as largely counter scientific. This position is obviously an exaggeration and a desire to portray the Christian faith as unreasoning and unreasonable. Similar situations followed the Scopes trial, such as Epperson v. Arkansas in1968, Lemon v. Kurtzman in 1971, Daniel v. Waters in 1975, Hendren v. Campbell in 1977, McLean v. Arkansas in 1982, and Edwards v. Aguillard in 1987. In recent

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    Intelligent design theory makes the claim that due to the irreducible complexity of some biological elements, a designer must be responsible for creating these elements in their present form. Intelligent design proponents claim that their theory has no religious motives, is purely scientific in nature, and that it answers questions that the theory of evolution fails to explain. Proponents further assert that intelligent design should be taught as an alternative to the theory of evolution in science

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    the subject of Intelligent Design (Dembski, 2002). With this in mind, this paper seeks to discuss what Intelligent Design [I.D.] claims, science, and faith; in addition, it will discuss scientific criticism of I. D. WHAT INTELLIGENT DESIGN CLAIMS Intelligent Design claims that, living things and features of the universe are best explained by intelligent cause not on natural cause or selection. In other words, philosophy seeks to analyze that only the influence of an intelligent power explains the

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    important questions in science is calling Intelligent Design. Although many people and scientists do not accept it as the correct answer, when scientists measured the evidence and actual facts of both of the theory is clear to the naked eye that the Intelligent Design provide more data and is more congruent with what science know in the present. Furthermore, Intelligent Design is the correct answer to the question of the origin of life. What is Intelligent Design? This new famous theory “is the academic

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    between intelligent design and evolution to students, it will give students the opportunity to be more open minded while considering the two theories. The controversy should be taught to all students in public schools, and should be given a choice about which to believe. Teaching the controversy means to teach both, intelligent design and evolution, as theories. It means to teach the theories as equals without the teacher giving a personal view or input to the students. After teaching intelligent design

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    Introduction - Intelligent Design in the public and Eugenie’s fight against it Who is Eugenie Carol Scott? Eugenie Carol Scott was born on October 24, 1945 in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Scott became interested in science at the age of 10 when she read a book on anthropology brought home by her older sister. Evolution was not taught during her time in school, therefore Scott did not study evolution until she entered college (“What Inspired You”). She attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where

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    Intelligent Design of the Universe

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    Intelligent Design of the Universe The search for knowledge about the origin of humanity is as old as its inhabitants. Since the early 1800's mankind has narrowed the debate to creation by a Supreme Being and the theory of evolution. Ever since then, science has been at odds against religion. Now it appears that science is returning to religion. Scientists are finding proof that the universe was created by a Supreme Being. The word evolution refers to the change of something over a period

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    use the term Intelligent Design. Intelligent Design is a form of creationism under new terminology and is the attempt of many to incorporate religion into school systems and science education; it has no legitimacy as a true scientific theory, because at its core, it is not science. Intelligent Design poses a real threat to the education of our nation. At least twelve different states have brought up the idea of Intelligent Design or creationism in state courts (“Intelligent design in politics”)

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    Dover, Pennsylvania. The rule dictated that a subject on Intelligent Design must be included in the curriculum of the high school students enrolled there. According to Intelligent Design, some of the features of living organisms are too complex to have evolved entirely through the natural process of evolution, as Charles Darwin proposed. They claim that some aspects of these organisms must have been created, fully-formed, by a so-called "intelligent designer." However, this opinion clashes with Darwin’s

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