Why Not Do a Show on the Wedge Document?
Interesting how the Discovery Institute hasn't yet done a show about its infamous 'wedge document'. I guess they want to deny their true fundamentalist creationsist motivations and internal dialouge while attempting to coopt the legitimacy of science. The wedge document was written by the Discovery Institute for internal purposes only and was latter leaked on the internet. It openly states the DI's agenda has as its ultimate goal is to "affirm the reality of God". The attack on biological evolution arises from the classic fundamentalist erroneous belief that evolution is itself a religious form of atheism, an equation that is false as many of evolution's greatest defenders are in fact practicing theists. I encourage everyone to google "wedge document" or "wedge strategy" and view the words that the DI's associates are so desperate to hide from the public. Finally, I find it ironic that a group of fundamentalist who view themselves as crusading for God are so two-faced and dishonest about their true motivations and intentions. Ah, another great idea of a DI podcast!Read full review »
neutrinoguy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/04/06
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Scopes, Arkansas Creationism Trial, Dover Area School Board - All highlighting conflicts between Evolution and those advocating Creationism/Intelligent Design. This is a controversy that has not died nor judging from this series will not go away. If you want some material that highlights this...Read full review »
Y.W.H. via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/10/09
I found it to be quite informative!
680_Commuter via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/26/09
If this is all that ID has going for it then oh dear me. I only wish this podcast were merely the death throes for barmy thinking, but whilst I'm hopeful I'm skeptical. Speaking of which, please listen to SGU instead.Read full review »
The iWasp via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/03/08
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