“A Stealth Creationist Theory” Which Is Neither Stealth Nor Creationist: Discuss!
Stealth: the act or action of proceeding furtively, secretly, or imperceptibly
Etymology: Middle English stelthe; akin to Old English stelan to steal
Richard Brookhiser’s recent TIME magazine article “Matters of Morality” is just lovely in its description of intelligent design:
In 2005 Bush said that both intelligent design (a stealth creationist theory) and evolution ought to be taught in schools.
Wow. First of all, ID is not creationism–and no one is more vociferously insistent about this than the major creationist organizations like Answers In Genesis. We’ve heard this charge before. But stealth?
Stealth…like black helicopter stealth? I guess we better take all of our pro-ID websites down. Michael Behe better round back up the quarter million copies of Darwin’s Black Box that he sold.
I guess Brookhiser didn’t get the memo about Discovery Institute becoming one of the most cited think tanks in the country, either.
How does a respectable magazine get away with such a description–which is as biased as it is false?