Uncommon Dissent

Thursday, October 27, 2005

“The Compulsory Evolutionists” (3 comments)

He's not being inconsistent, he's just talking out of both sides of his mouth.

In the space of two--count 'em--posts, we have an announcement of a "favorable" court ruling in which a judge will decide if a school board's anti-ID decision will stand, and an editorial denouncing the use of the courts to deny school boards the right to decide their own curricula.

Care to take sides, Bill?

Filed under: A foolish consistency


  • From the comments
    2. I like the yes or no questions. Dogmatic Darwinists love this tact. I think it’s fair to give some back.

    Comment by PjB — October 27, 2005 @ 11:59 am


    Are you really dead, yes or no?

    By Anonymous Bruce Thompson, at 12:08 PM  

  • Only the dead have patience enough for daily doses of Dembski.

    (Besides, it keeps people from speaking ill of me.)

    By Blogger T.H. Huxley, at 12:14 PM  

  • I'm certain that the irony is probably lost on Dembski.

    By Blogger JM O'Donnell, at 4:24 AM  

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