Tuesday, August 18, 2009

False Witness

Setting the record straight.

The short post covers how the statement:

"These articles are excellent articles I assume. However, they do not address the question that I am posing. So it's not that they aren't good enough. It's simply that they are addressed to a different subject."

became, at the hands of the Kitzmiller Judge:

"He [Behe] was presented with fifty-eight peer-reviewed publications, nine books, and several immunology textbook chapters about the evolution of the immune system; however, he simply insisted that this was still not sufficient evidence of evolution, and that it was not "good enough."

and then was trumpeted by Ken Miller (who, as any honest atheist knows, has ANNIHILATED Behe's scientific arguments) as:

"Even when presented with every opportunity to make their case, the defenders of design retorted to little more than saying 'It's not good enough or me' in the face of overwhelming evidence for evolution."

But really, if Darwinists cannot properly interpret and represent the contents of court transcripts that are a matter of public record, this has no logical bearing on their ability to interpret fragmentary scientific evidence and metaphysically fraught theories.

Evolution is a FACT and Behe is a CHRISTIAN. What else need be said?

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