Joined: May 2002
|I have spent quite a few words trying to show that the ID movement is both larger than its well-publicized and strongly criticized attempts to question Darwinism and also that it is justified in publicly and strongly criticizing Darwinism. I believe that this analysis allows us to see the merit of the work done so far by ID proponents Michael Behe and William Dembski. |
Greater and greater numbers of scientists are joining the ID movement, which is why we keep referring to the same three (or two) year after year.
It appears that the ID movement is little more than a mutual admiration society.