Intelligent design has been said by evolutionists to be an extension of creationism, thus allowing a 'back door' for religion to enter into schools if included in the curriculum. This, it has been argued, goes against the constitution of the United States of America because it violates the separation of Church and State.
Yet, most ID advocates do not specify belief in a certain religion or religion per se. Many ID activists purport the belief in any form of supernatural force or deity and not necessarily God. However, the words creationism and intelligent design have been used interchangeably and various media outlets have called the ruling "a blow to Christian conservatives."
Several question marks arise in this discussion, such as, is intelligent design really another form of creationism? Should evolution continue to be taught in 'modern world' schools unchallenged? Do students have the right to decide for themselves what to believe ?
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