This is a response to Paul Nelson’s question. As the Intelligent Design for the future blog-like site can’t afford comments of trackbacks, it will go thought Technorati tags.
I have attend a private school and have learn creationism as the main (and only) explanation of the world. That didn’t made of me a creationist ! I tried your thought experiment and my answer is that the truth shines anyway; you are right Paul, I’m a convinced darwinist and not a merely believing creationist despite the fact that I was in a private, catholic school. And by the same way I have a rather good knowledge of the Bible and of the reasons why I consider them as great books written by people trying to manage other people. I would like to see theology to be teached in schools worldwide, presenting the Bible, the Kuran, the Evangils and as much as possible holy books », comparatively.
Whatever the issue would be darwinism wouldn’t be particularly affected. The question was, I think so, and probably the Judge Jones considered it the same way, if that was legal, not if that would affect darwinists. And if it’s place is in science or comparative theology classes.