You mean Thaxton the YOUNG EARTH CREATIONIST?<quoted text>
The Edwards v. Aguillard decision rejected any teaching that proposed a "supernatural creator".
The original, pre-Edwards drafts of "Pandas and People" specifically said that no supernatural creator was proposed, and such a proposal would not be appropriately taught in school.
The concept of Intelligent Design was introduced by Hoyle and Horigan in the 1970s, and they are both atheists. This was at least 15 years prior to the Edwards decision.
The ID movement began in earnest with Charles Thaxton's book in 1984. Edwards was in 1987.
1984 is prior to 1987.
Feel free to argue otherwise.
You are parroting propaganda. You are a moron.
Gee, cuz no-one could POSSIBLY go back and find a cool sound-bite from a couple of years ago to adopt for their new wave of recycled creationist apologetics could they?