Houston lawyer Kelly “www.christianattorney.com” Coghlan is burning up the Internets with another screed on the evolution battle in Texas public schools. (Coghlan was the author of another e-mail a few weeks back linking acceptance of the science of evolution to serial murderers like Jeffrey Dahmer.) He testified at least week’s Texas State Board of Education public hearing, darkly warning that the state would face lawsuits if the board eliminated a science curriculum requirement that students learn phony arguments attacking evolution. The board ultimately refused to retain the “strengths and weaknesses” requirement, but Coghlan is declaring victory anyway.

(T)he phrase was replaced with an even broader 
standard requiring teaching “all sides of scientific evidence” which 
implicitly includes teaching the scientific weaknesses. Some other 
issues
 were also voted on, and our side (pro-science) prevailed on most of 
these 
issues in close votes. The evolution lobby won the battle but lost the
war.

There is no doubt, of course, that creationist pressure groups and their allies on the board will try to use the new language to force publishers to dumb down instruction on evolution. But what’s most interesting about Coghlan’s e-mail is the contempt with which he… Read More

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