Funny you should say that. You've posted numerous times that you feel ID should be given "equal time" in the Science class room, because it's only fair. In your opinion, should any un established, generally unaccepted theory get equal time with theories that had to go through the long process of proof and production of evidence?<quoted text>
Christianity isn't about science. It's concern is the spiritual nature of man in relationship to the spiritual creator. But thanks for playing the game. Johnny has a nice consolation prize backstage for you. Bye-bye now.:)
Science doesn't work on "fairness" but on merit. The position that has the best evidence, has withstood a long barrage of criticism, has been modified in the face of new data and is in harmony with it, and has the most support from knowledgeable workers in the field is the theory that should be taught in education.
What your argument is suggesting is that Science is simply a matter of opinion, and that one theory is just as good as another. This may be true in religion, where the ideas cannot be verified, but science is quite another matter. This is why science can neither be treated on a "fairness" system nor mixed with religion.