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5/14/2008 10:40:22 AM
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

Several weeks ago, we encouraged you to take your teens to the movie Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed.  Although the movie is playing in a limited number of theaters throughout the country, you may find a nearby theater by simply providing your zip code on the movie locator icon at this website:


We received the following comment from Allison Jackson, one of our readers:

“My pre-homeschooling background includes work in a research science lab and teaching high school science.  I experienced firsthand the backlash from my attempts to teach the controversy between Darwinism and intelligent design.  Ben Stein's movie does an excellent job shedding light on the lack of academic freedom in the world of academia.  He also reveals the disingenuous attitude of Darwinists like Eugenie Scott, who claim to encourage students to examine the evidence while in reality they stifle opposing viewpoints.  I highly recommend this movie, not only because I agree with the premise, but because I believe it will stimulate much needed dialogue on this critical topic."