As he has before, Texas Education Agency chair Don McLeory makes some statements that are badly and deeply wrong:
Dr. McLeroy, the board chairman, sees the debate as being between “two systems of science.”No, you don't have a "creationist system of science." Creationism does not subscribe the underlying assumptions necessary to practice science. Things like empiricism and naturalism unify all the divergent branches of science. Despite their diversity, "No miracles allowed" would apply to any branch of science.
“You’ve got a creationist system and a naturalist system,” he said.
Syndey Harris famously made this point thus: