Thursday, July 20, 2006
"Judge Jones’ rejection of intelligent design sprang from his willingness to go beyond the facts of the case and attempt to decide an important scientific debate by judicial decree. Unfortunately, in his zeal to decide the validity of intelligent design for everyone else, Judge Jones ended up attacking a straw man. As we document in our book, his opinion is filled with distortions and basic errors of fact. For example, he asserts that intelligent design scientists don’t published peer-reviewed scholarship, which is patently false."
The article can be read in its entirety here. The book, Traipsing Into Evolution is an excellent evaluation of the Dover trial and can be purchased at Amazon.com or by calling 1-800-643-4102.
Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Last year, the Kansas State Board of Education courageously adopted science standards requiring
Unfortunately, some groups have decided that students are not allowed to think, analyze, and speak freely. These groups are trying to censor