At an emergency meeting a week ago, a majority of the members on FFRF’s Executive Board of Directors voted that Darwinian evolution is, in fact, a religion.
First, it is definitely NOT against either federal law or Supreme Court precedent to teach about scientific criticisms of Darwin’s theory.
Against Yale polymath David Gelernter, atheist Jerry Coyne had to resort to engaging the actual arguments.
If implemented, would these ideas have succored those who faced discrimination in universities, including Eric Hedin, Scott Minnich, or Dean Kenyon?
The point of Dr. Keas’s book is historical but also very timely: Scientists who challenge materialism today face discrimination as heretics that squelches their research and teaching.