Originally Posted by D-Lew
I stand by my statement. Obviously scientific method is important in stuff like this, and ID can't really be tested... but there's a lot of holes in the BB theory as well. Some things are just past our level of comprehension.
Perfectly true, the Big Bang theory has got a lot of holes in it, and we may never know the truth. However, every scientific theory has holes. Science doesn't deal in absolute certainty, it gives us the best explanation of reality we can possible achieve.
And if ID can't be tested, it isn't science
. You've just admitted that, so why do advocates persist that it is and want to teach it in science classes? Why can't they just admit it is creationism and keep it in theology lessons?