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A Discussion of the Montana Law Review’s Recent Publication of Articles about the Dover Intelligent Design Ruling

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139
Guests
David DeWolf
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00:17:45
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On this episode of ID The Future, CSC’s Casey Luskin discusses with senior fellow David DeWolf the current issue of the Montana Law Review which features a lively exchange of views about the Kitzmiller v. Dover intelligent design decision. The Kitzmiller decision isn’t wearing well even among legal scholars who are critical of intelligent design, and Irons’ article does little to seriously defend Judge Jones’ ruling.

The lead article on the Dover decision (“Intelligent Design Will Survive Kitzmiller v. Dover”) was co-authored by David DeWolf, John West, and Casey Luskin. A second article by Peter Irons (“Disaster in Dover”) responds to the first article, followed by a short rebuttal by DeWolf, West, and Luskin.

David K. DeWolf

David K. DeWolf is a Professor of Law at Gonzaga School of Law in Spokane, Washington and a Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture. A graduate of Stanford University and Yale Law School, Professor DeWolf has clerked for the Honorable Stephen Bistline of the Idaho Supreme Court. He has written a briefing book for public school administrators, Teaching the Controversy: Darwinism, Design and the Public School Curriculum.
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Kitzmiller v. Dover