Return of Son of Uncommon Dissent

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Over at stranger fruit, I provide a summary of Dembski’s Uncommon Dissent which expands on Jason’s post of July 13th (while linking to his subsequent writings) and offers some thoughts on Michael Denton as ID supporter. Enjoy!

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Charles Colson on Breakpoint commented on this book: Here is a quote from his commentary.

“Another new name is Edward Sisson, an attorney who used to direct avant-garde theater. His chapter sheds some much needed light on the Scopes trial. For example, did you know that the very textbook from which Scopes taught advocated eugenics and promoted racism? Indeed, it divided humanity into five races and ranked them in terms of superiority, concluding with “the highest type of all, the Caucasians, represented by the civilized white inhabitants of Europe and America.” This is the book Darwinists insist Scopes had a right to teach?”

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