My, How Times Have Changed
Fifteen years ago debating intelligent design at SMU was done with "no intimidation" and "no censorship." So, a decade and a half ago, intelligent design was discussed on campus allegedly without threat of censorship. How many times has that happened since then? Not so many.
The truth of this may be hard for some at SMU to grasp because, frankly, truth is something a bit more elusive, according to SMU professor Ronald Wetherington in a piece published in the SMU Daily Campus. Truth, according to Wetherington, "grows and changes." Perhaps it is subjective to the consensus of the era?
Regardless of what professor Wetherington thinks about science, truth, or intelligent design, at the end of the day there is still digital code in DNA and molecular machines in cells that point to intelligent design. The evidence will win out in the end.