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Created: December 24, 2005
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Index of Topics on Site Making Sense of Intelligent Design as a Curriculum Issue in Our Schools
Alana Cridell had to spend much of this semester on the Internet, following our courses, because of illness. I was also ill. And so our dialog of exchange messages had to take place much later than I should have preferred. One of the problems with this late, though unavoidable, exchange was that Alana was left pretty much on her own as an autodidact. An autodidact is a self-taught person. And even though we offer lectures and self-tests and exhibits for Dear Habermas, if you do not engage with us in an actual exchange, as on transform_dom, you are largely educating yourself by sharing our materials. The only problem with that is one that was so evident in Eric Hoffer's True Believer . . .


  • Intelligent Design? a special report reprinted from Natural History magazine. "The Natural History magazine is the voice of The American Museum of Natural History. Its April 2002 issue featured the special report "Intelligent Design?" which is reprinted here by permission." This might be a good place to start.

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