Jones’s extensive copying and the errors this introduced should undermine confidence in his ruling.
Our position on science education in schools had been publicly documented since 2002 — several years before Dover.
Not only did Jones eschew judicial economy, he attempted to act as a policymaker and wandered into the relationship between science and religion.
The interests and opinions of the ID movement were not represented in the Dover trial.
A decade later, the ID movement is not only still alive — it’s thriving.