4 U. St. Thomas J.L. & Pub. Pol'y [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/tjlpp4 and id is 1 raw text is: UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS
JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY
VOLUME IV, NUMBER 1                            FALL 2009
ARTICLES
INTELLIGENT DESIGN AND THE CONSTITUTION: THE TRUTH WILL SET US
F RE E  .................................................................................... 1
PATRICK T. GILLEN
INTELLIGENT DESIGN AND JUDICIAL MINIMALISM: FURTHER THOUGHTS
ON  THE IS IT SCIENCE? QUESTION .............................................. 30
JAYD. WEXLER
HOW TO BE AN ANTI-INTELLIGENT DESIGN ADVOCATE ............................ 35
FRANCIS J. BECKWITH
A CATHOLIC THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON EVOLUTION AND
INTELLIGENT  D ESIGN  ............................................................... 66
FR. ELIAS CARR
CREATION, DESIGN AND EVOLUTION: CAN SCIENCE DISCOVER OR
ELIM INATE  G OD? ................................................................... 102
PETER M J. HESS
BARRING   INTELLIGENT  DESIGN  FROM   PUBLIC   SCHOOLS: A
PHILOSOPHICAL AND LEGAL INQUIRY    ..............................117
RUSSELL F. PANNIER AND THOMAS D. SULLIVAN
THE CONSTITUTIONALITY AND PEDAGOGICAL BENEFITS OF TEACHING
EVOLUTION  SCIENTIFICALLY ..................................................... 204
CASEY LUSKIN
LEAP OF FAITH: INTELLIGENT DESIGN'S TRAJECTORY AFTER DOVER ............. 278
JOSHUA ROSENA U
THE TEACH THE CONTROVERSY CONTROVERSY ........................... 326
DAViD K DEWOLF

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