A short text signed Brian W. Ogilvie, titled « Why the Court’s Dover Decision Is a Triumph for Religion as well as Science« , interesting to read.
But there is more in that and Brian W. Ogilvie conclude :
If, by chance, Intelligent Design develops a real scientific research program and identifies biological adaptations that evolution cannot explain, scientists will not become modern-day natural theologians in droves. Instead, they’ll start seeking a better natural explanation. If Intelligent Design is a real science, its proponents should welcome this possibility. If they shudder at the thought, they should stop cheapening their religious beliefs by trying to pass them off as science.
Long ago, Saint Augustine warned Christians that spouting falsehoods about science would only make their faith seem ridiculous. Intelligent Design proves him right.
Interesting isn’t it?