Lately, on this website I haven't been friendly to the intelligent-design movement. I still am not convinced that intelligent design is a scientific theory fit to be taught in schools. I also worry about using God to plug the holes in existing theories about the origins and development of species. However, I do feel that challenges to the theory of evolution such as those posed by Michael Behe should be taught, as long as they are grounded in good science. (As a non-scientist, I cannot vouch for them.) I strongly believe that silencing dissenting voices in any discipline (biology, astronomy, history, biblical studies, whatever) is dangerous and counter-productive.