Tag: Ten Dover Myths
Ten Myths About Dover: #1, "Judge Jones Addressed the Actual Theory of ID, Not a Straw Man"
Contrary to what you hear from the media, from evolution activists, and from Darwin defenders in academia, ID’s big day in court has not yet come.
Ten Myths About Dover: #2: "Judge Jones Is a Brilliant, Neutral Legal Scholar Who Figured Out ID"
Jones’s extensive copying and the errors this introduced should undermine confidence in his ruling.
Ten Myths About Dover: #3, "Intelligent Design Has No Peer-Reviewed Research or Publications"
In the Kitzmiller v. Dover ruling, Judge Jones claimed that ID “has not generated peer-reviewed publications.”
Ten Myths About Dover: #4, "The Dover Ruling Refuted Intelligent Design"
On the opening day of the 2005 Dover trial, the plaintiffs’ leadoff expert witness, noted anti-ID biologist Kenneth Miller.
Ten Myths About Dover: #5, “Discovery Institute Supported Dover School Board Policy”
Our position on science education in schools had been publicly documented since 2002 — several years before Dover.