On the internet, an 8-minute news clip from the 1-hour show I mentioned here is now available for free.
You can watch the 8-minute news clip via the following link:
The Intelligent Design Controversy in Higher Education.
There was some information in the show which I had not been privy to until this morning.
What is not shown in the clip but was aired on TV was the fact this news production is part of a larger half-million dollar, month-long pro-Design campaign. This is evidence of a desire to keep the issue alive, and the desire seems unquenchable. Direct appeals are being made to large segments of the population. This sort of free information flow materialist philosophy can not stop in the modern day.
(And if anyone criticizes me for making an ID sales pitch to religious organizations, IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll counter by pointing to the NCSEÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Faith Project Director.)
It is nice to see hints ID may prosper in a post-Dover, post-Kansas world where biased main-stream media won’t be able to pollute the truth.
Christine Chenette and I made brief appearances. The content was considerably different than what I had anticipated earlier.
The clip of the IDEA club was a joint meeting with the GMU philosophy club. Seen faintly in the clip, representing the anti-ID side was Karl Fryxell (colleague of Dan Graur from way back). More prominently featured was Emmett Holman who spoke of strategies to combat ID at the AAAS this summer through discussion rather than suppression (see: Holman at AAAS). Holman, though an anti-IDist, advocates discussion of ID at all levels including public schools. Unfortunately that was not aired in the news clip, and only a passing shot of Holman was shown.
The 90 minutes of my interview which was edited out of the news story have been things I’ve written about over the last few months regarding IDEA and the plight of pro-ID college students.