Intelligent Design trial ends; Judge's decision pending

11/7/2005 | San Francisco Chronicle

Observers predict that if U.S. District Judge John E. Jones III favors the Dover, Pa., school board in a trial over the district's biology curriculum, school systems nationwide will attempt to add Intelligent Design to their science courses. The court case, which concluded Friday, concerned whether the school board had religious motives when it urged students to consider non-Darwinian theories on the origins of life.

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