Group says faith eroding science "While the speakers at the National Press Club unveiling were highly critical of Bush administration policies regarding stem-cell research, global warming, abstinence-only sex education and the teaching of “intelligent design,” they said that their group was non-partisan and that many Democrats were hostile to keeping religion out of public policy." ==I am not sure how teaching children not to have dangerous pre-marital sex harms science. I am also not sure how intelligent design, which simply asserts an intelligent force behind the universe and does not depend upon any "holy" book, hurts science. This group maybe non-partisan but they are certainly very much bias in favor of amoral (immoral) evolution. In my view creationism, evolution, and intelligent design are philosophies and not hard science. Each is based on a certain set of bias and world views that affect how scientists understand the physical evidence. Personally I accept young-earth creationism but I don't call it hard science. It is a belief about science.