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Monday, January 25, 2010
Surprise, suprise, surprise!

No, unfortunately, I've learned by now that the surprise would be if the Discovery Institute didn't engage in repeated quotemining.

Once again, the DI is promoting its so-called "Academic Freedom Day" for February 12th, the birthday of Charles Darwin. The DI is pimping this movement based on this ostensible quote from Darwin:

A fair result can be obtained only by fully stating and balancing the facts and arguments on both sides of each question.

Jeremy laid bare the DI's deception at about this time last year.

It's telling that a movement that loudly claims to be concerned with freedom and truth has to resort to quotemining and deliberate deception to gain and retain its followers. Can the DI's bad tree of behavior really be expected to produce good fruit? Matt 7:16-20

posted by Cheryl Shepherd-Adams

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