This one at the Discovery Institute’s creationist blog is really delightful. Even the Discoveroids’ title is delightful: Casey Luskin: Why Intelligent Design Is Worth Defending. It has no author’s by-line. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
A new ID the Future episode [Ooooooooooooh! A Discoveroid podcast!] spotlights The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith.
That’s a link to the book at Amazon. It has four authors, including Casey and at least two other Discoveroids, so you know the contents must be top quality. Then the Discoveroid post says:
Host Eric Anderson interviews one of the anthology’s co-editors and contributors, geologist Casey Luskin. [Hee hee!] The two focus on just one of Luskin’s contributed essays, addressing two primary questions:
Two primary questions? What could they be? The Discoveroid post tells us what they are:
Is intelligent design true? And is it worth expending the energy to defend it against powerful opposition?
Wowie — those really are important questions! How does Casey respond?
Luskin answers both questions in the affirmative [Hooray for Casey!], and explains why he sees the new anthology as a great resource in the cause of intelligent design.
Casey’s opinion should be good enough for you, dear reader! The Discoveroid post ends with a link to their podcast. If you want to see it, click over there and have a ball! We’re outta here!
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