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David DeWolf’s brief response to the Dover decision

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9 Responses to David DeWolf’s brief response to the Dover decision

  1. I want to respond to the ad that states: “Courts reject ID. But what are Religious Extremists up to next?” —thegodmovie.com

    The ad should be written as: “Courts accept blind faith in Darwinism. But what are Atheist Extremists up to next?”—Benjii and Co.

  2. It is sad when any human being shuts his eyes to facts. But, evolution is a seductive argument; the evolutionary “tree” is “pleasant to the eyes and a tree to be desired to make one wise”: “Modern man is the apex of the glorious ascent from the primordal soup.”

    Here is a judge who wants to be thought of as “wise”.

    “…no other tribunal in the United States is in a better position than are we to traipse into this controversial area. Finally, we will offer our conclusion on whether ID is science not just because it is essential to our holding that an Establishment Clause violation has occurred in this case, but also in the hope that it may prevent the obvious waste of judicial and other resources which would be occasioned by a subsequent trial involving the precise question which is before us.”

    The high priests of Darwinism have their “useful idiots”.

  3. Red Reader writes of Judge Jones:
    “Here is a judge who wants to be thought of as “wise”.”

    Judge Jones:
    “…no other tribunal in the United States is in a better position than are we to traipse into this controversial area.”

    Red,
    If you were interpreting Judge Jones’ statement as a boast, it’s not. He’s simply saying that since the issue came up in his court, and since there were hours and hours of expert testimony on the issue, he’s in the best position to rule on the “Is ID Science?” question.

  4. keiths,

    If you interpreted my comments as interpreting Judge Jones’ statement as a boast, I wasn’t.

    Merry Christmas.

  5. Red,

    What other part of Judge Jones’ quote do you think reveals a desire “to be thought of as ‘wise’”?

    Merry Christmas to you, as well.

  6. keiths:

    Look for the same quote at: http://www.evolutionnews.org/2....._judg.html

    Then apply this definition:

    wise1 Audio pronunciation of “wise” ( P ) Pronunciation Key (wz)
    adj. wis·er, wis·est

    1. Having the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting; sagacious: a wise leader.
    2.
    1. Exhibiting common sense; prudent: a wise decision.
    2. Shrewd; crafty.
    3. Having great learning; erudite.

    Then this definition:
    ….
    wise (wz)
    adj. wis·er, wis·est

    1. Having the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting; sagacious: a wise leader.
    2.
    1. Exhibiting common sense; prudent: a wise decision.
    2. Shrewd; crafty.
    3. Having great learning; erudite.

    ….

  7. oops, double post there.

  8. Red,

    I didn’t ask for a definition of the word ‘wise’.

    I’m wondering what it is about that quote that makes you think Jones is “a judge who wants to be thought of as ‘wise’.”

  9. keiths,

    butting in on Red: Re: your query:
    I’m wondering what it is about that quote that makes you think Jones is “a judge who wants to be thought of as ‘wise’.”

    The answer is: All of Jone’s quotes in the case. Judge Jones considers himself a great “Science Guide” for school districts everywhere. What an idiot.