Tag: Jonathan Witt
Top ID Thinkers Jay Richards, Jonathan Witt Will Cover the Eclipse via Facebook
“There is some kind of primordial connection that we have to eclipses that is very hard to account for.”
Yes, Intelligent Design Is Testable Science – A Resource Roundup
After perusing a recent article here, a reader offers a classic challenge.
“In China We Can Criticize Darwin,” Continued
We don’t mean to slight other big countries or important parts of the world where ID is on the rise.
Despite Reports to the Contrary, Texas Preserves Language Calling for Critical Analysis of Evolution
On Friday, the Texas State Board of Education adopted streamlined science standards.
Dover Preview: Will the Media Cover the Real Issues?
This week the newsmedia converge on Harrisburg, PA for the opening of the Dover School District intelligent design trial. As readers of this blog know already, the ACLU has sued the Dover School District for notifying students about the existence of the theory of intelligent design (ID). Although Discovery Institute doesn’t favor Dover’s policy (see here for why), we strongly oppose the ACLU’s heavy-handed effort to shut down even voluntary classroom discussions of ID through government censorship. We hope to provide daily coverage and analysis of the trial on this blog, and we’ve dispatched Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Jonathan Witt to Harrisburg this week to file eyetwitness reports. (For complete background information about the Dover case, check the informational web Read More ›