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Here’s An Example of the Ultimate Evolutionary Blowback

After the 2005 Dover trial, Judge John Jones recalled that he “was taken to school” by the evolutionists. It was, Jones recalled, “the equivalent of a degree in this area.” Unfortunately what evolutionists such as Ken Miller “taught” Jones was a series of scientific misrepresentations which you can read about herehere and here. But these were not the only misrepresentations that made their way into American jurisprudence in the Dover trial. For the judge did not enter into his new training as a complete novice. As Jones later explained, “I understood the general theme. I’d seen Inherit the Wind.” It would be like a judge explaining that he already understood the general theme of tornado damage because he’s seen The Wizard of Oz. This level of profound ignorance, in such a position of power, is disturbing to say the least. The key question is: How could this happen? How could our educational system fail so badly? What is the source of such anti intellectualism? The answer, once again, is evolution.  Read more

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2 Responses to Here’s An Example of the Ultimate Evolutionary Blowback

  1. If this incompetent judge was taken to school then why was he judging this case?
    Was there really enough new info and time to reflect on it and memorize it all the while being on stage?
    If he was taken to school was he a good student?
    He is admiting he didn’t come with much knowledge and so could easily be misled.
    Very pregnant statement indeed!
    In fact I say it is just his way of of trying to direct any audience to agrre with the evolutionists and his judgement.
    He’s carelessly telling me he didn’t know the principals underwhich this case should of been judged.
    A flop.
    Creationists need and should push for bigger cases to overthrow the weak and silly censorship of creationisms in public institutions.
    Just reach the public by the power of the case merits. One will wear them down.

  2. As Jones later explained, “I understood the general theme. I’d seen Inherit the Wind.” It would be like a judge explaining that he already understood the general theme of tornado damage because he’s seen The Wizard of Oz.

    This has got to be one of the funniest, yet truest phrases I’ve seen in a long time. Is that original? I’d love to be able to quote and attribute that one.

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