by Andre on 19 August 2005
First the good news. George Coyne, the head of the Vatican observatory, explains that Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn’s recent article in favour of what I will now call Schoenborn intelligent design, or SchID, darkens the already “murky waters of the rapport between the Church and science.”
Now the bad news (you need a subscription to read the bad news. See how I try to make you a little bit happier?):
The Kansas State Board of Education has decided by six votes to four to include stronger criticism of evolution in its high-school biology curriculum. Science advocates fear that the move paves the way for ‘intelligent design’ â€” the idea that an intelligent creator shaped living things â€” to reach the classroom.
And finally, for your reading pleasure, the god news what else category.