Ruling in intelligent design case could take several paths

12/6/2005 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The federal judge presiding over the Dover, Pa., science curriculum case could deem intelligent design a religious belief, thereby rendering its inclusion in public school science courses unconstitutional, or he could term it a valid scientific theory and thus legally teachable. Some observers want the judge to narrowly rule only on whether the board's motivation was religious or not so that the constitutionality of the alternative theory remains vague.

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