by David K. DeWolf, John G. West, Casey Luskin, and Jonathan Witt
Traipsing Into Evolution: Intelligent Design and the Kitzmiller vs. Dover Decision by David K. DeWolf, John G. West, Casey Luskin, and Jonathan Witt, is the first book to critique federal Judge John E. Jones' decision in the Kitzmiller v. Dover case, the first trial to address the constitutionality of teaching intelligent design in public schools. In this concise yet comprehensive response, scholars and attorneys expose how the decision was based upon faulty reasoning, non-existent evidence, and a serious misrepresentation of the scientific theory of intelligent design. Despite Jones' protestations to the contrary, his attempt to use the federal bench to declare evolution a sacred cow turns out to be a textbook case of good-old-American judicial activism. Mark Twain once allegedly refuted his own obituary by proclaiming that 'the report of my death was an exaggeration.' Traipsing Into Evolution disproves similar exaggerated reports from Darwinists about intelligent design in the wake of the Kitzmiller v. Dover decision.
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