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ID ruling (news):
- Schools nationwide study impact of evolution ruling | Educators and legislators in communities that are considering including intelligent design in science classes may not be swayed by the recent court decision in Dover, Pa. (The New York Times)
- Reactions to testimony mixed | The judge said two former board members lied during the Dover trial (York Daily Record, Pa.)
- Santorum now critical of Dover case | He denies he is contradicting earlier statements of support for the cause (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Advocates of 'Intelligent Design' vow to continue despite ruling | A federal judge's ruling in Pennsylvania that "intelligent design" is religious fundamentalism dressed in the raiment of science has wounded a politically influential movement (The Washington Post)
- Case seen as setback to Intelligent Design | Intelligent design advocates say the judge's lengthy, pointed rebuke of the concept Tuesday in a case out of Pennsylvania may energize supporters, many of whom view his opinion as part of a broader pattern of hostility by courts and the government to religion in public schools (Associated Press)
- Court ruling won't stop evolution row: experts | Opponents and supporters of the concept said it could also energize and spread the campaign to put it on the curriculum (Reuters)
- Theory's value for a science class debated | Alvin Plantinga and other scholars weigh questions of science, God, parent input (South Bend Tribune, Ind.)
- 'Victory for science, victory for religion' | Rebuke to intelligent design hailed by much of Jewish community (The JewishWeek, N.Y.)
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