I kid you not, creationists are so convinced that what they are studying is science they are starting to claim discrimination from the rest of the scientific community. Dr Michael Behe the biologist who created the idea of Irreducible Complexity that forms the so-called scientific basis for creationism is claiming that intelligent design is being discriminated against by educational and scientific communities.
According to Behe, the definition of science should not restrain an investigation of nature, or it will not serve a useful purpose. He offers a definition of science sufficiently loose to embrace his theory of Irreducible Complexity: “. . . just using physical evidence and reasoning to come to a conclusion about nature.” Yet, as he was forced to admit under oath in the infamous Pennsylvanian court case Kitzmiller v. Dover Area Schools Board, even astrology would fall within his definition. (Williams, 2011)
Michael Reiss, who serves on the editorial board of the International Journal of Science Education, told me: “I’m quite confident that if anybody comes up with a well-argued scientifically rigorous article on ID, journal editors would be prepared to publish it.”(Williams, 2011)
Imagine how revolutionary research supporting an intelligent design would be. It wouldn’t just make it into journals, it would be headline news. Rejecting creationism as science isn't discrimination it's common sense but to follow this common sense, according to creationists, scientists are prejudiced. This is a new one, by this logic the science community is prejudice against every single little tidbit of pseudoscience and superstition in existence. Creationist logic fails again.