An Indiana professor can use your help against atheist bullies from the Freedom from Religion Foundation.
Periodically I get opportunities to teach high school or middle school students about ID. Most recently was three weeks ago, when I taught two classes about intelligent design at a local private school.
Having written in this space since the end of 2005, I've learned a few lessons about science writing.
While the analogy is far from perfect, the four tissue types in animals bear some resemblance to components we recognize from human technology.
Sharing views not strictly germane to the class -- including on religion and politics -- is hardly unusual in a university classroom setting.