This episode of ID the Future features Casey Luskin’s third and final interview with Dr. Steve Fuller, professor of sociology at University of Warwick. Here Fuller discusses his role as an expert witness in the Kitzmiller v. Dover trial, where he rebutted the claim that science is committed to naturalism.
On this episode of ID The Future, CSC’s Casey Luskin interviews Phillip Johnson (Jefferson E. Peyser Professor of Law, emeritus School of Law University of California, Berkeley) author of the bestseller Darwin on Trial, and one of the founders of the modern intelligent design movement.
This episode of ID the Future features an interview with Center for Science and Culture’s Rob Crowther, who explains the problems with NOVA’s “Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial,” a special 2-hour program devoted to the Dover trial on PBS next week. Crowther also explains Discovery Institute’s policy on interviews and shares his experience negotiating terms with NOVA’s producers.
Today on ID The Future, Casey Luskin speaks with Gordy Slack about his new book, The Battle Over the Meaning of Everything: Evolution, Intelligent Design, and a School Board in Dover, PA. Slack also discusses his personal views on intelligent design and the socio-political implications of the ID-evolution debate.
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.
In this second of a two part series, CSC senior fellow, John West, reports that since the Dover ruling Darwinists have bullied some school districts into limiting their teaching of Darwinian evolution, yet some states and localities are continuing to adopt public policies to encourage students to study the scientific evidence for and against Darwin’s theory.
A year ago today, Judge John E. Jones issued his 139-page ruling denouncing intelligent design in the Kitzmiller v. Dover case. At the time, the ruling was hailed by defenders of Darwin’s theory as a knock-out blow against intelligent design and scientific skepticism of Darwin’s theory.
On this episode of ID The Future we speak with CSC attorney Casey Luskin about the recent report which showed that in last year’s Kitzmiller vs Dover School District intelligent design trial federal Judge John Jones copied the ACLU’s findings of fact nearly verbatim in the section of his ruling dealing with whether or not ID is science. That section was the core of his ruling, in which he said that ID is not science and so should not be allowed for discussion in Dover Area schools. Jones later went on a speaking tour touting his ruling and basking in the accolades of the likes of Time magazine who hailed him as one of the 100 most influential people because Read More ›
On this special extra of ID The Future, Robert Crowther reports on a new study showing a federal judge copied his ruling from the ACLU.
The key section of the widely-noted court decision on intelligent design issued a year ago on December 20 was copied nearly verbatim from a document written by ACLU lawyers, according to a study released today by scholars affiliated with the Discovery Institute.