|wait a minute, I'm confused
||[Nov. 11th, 2005|09:00 am]
Pat Robertson is warning the people of Dover, PA that by voting out their school board members who supported the teaching of Intelligent Design, they'd voted God out of their city, and that disaster would strike the city.
Now, I'm no theologian, but didn't these school board member all testify, under an oath sworn before God, that Intelligent Design has nothing to do with religion, and that there was absolutely no religious motivation behind requiring it to be taught? If these people bore false witness, isn't it the duty of all good Christians to repudiate them, even if they were lying to support God's work? There's no Commandment requiring the teaching of pseudo-scientific religious concept to children, but the Bible couldn't be more clear about people like these school board members.