Joined: June 2006
|Quote (N.Wells @ Aug. 22 2006,08:45)|
|Closed-mindedness, overly simplistic thinking, false dichotomies, classic projection, and massive denial. None of that should be news to anyone, but it's certainly an impressively concise example of those failings.|
Well said, N. Wells. You're too nice to mention Dembski's sociopathy. He's a schoolteacher who asks a question, gets a well-reasoned response from Sophophile, then duct tapes the Sophophile's mouth to keep him from defending himself while the other kids rip on him.
It's no wonder that he makes enemies wherever he goes. Cambridge Press red-flagged him after publishing his first book, Baylor exiled him and eventually showed him the door, and the Thomas More Law Center fired him and didn't pay for his useless work until he threatened to sue. Those are groups that were supposedly on his side -- imagine how his opponents feel about him.
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