I was looking over the interview with Behe that I just posted about (see below) and I decided to read the comments. Big mistake, I know, but sometimes you just have to check out what the other side is saying. One comment in particular, however, really stuck out for me.
Does Behe still hold, as he did during the Dover trial, that astrology meets the definition of “scientific theory”? (That would be Behe’s own definition, which is looser than that of the National Academies of Science or the American Association for the Advancement of Science; loose enough to allow Intelligent Design to pass.)
I think the DI did a good job of debunking this claim long ago (read it here). It’s actually pretty obvious, if one actually reads the transcript from the trial, that Behe was not saying what the press reported him as saying, yet the Materialists have clung to their misinterpretation and used it to bash Behe at every opportunity. If any fellow IDers are reading this, don’t let this happen. If a materialist repeats this dastardly attack on Behe, point out to them how wrong they are. And, if this is how the Materialists think that science is done, based on made up personal attacks, then the sooner we get rid of the Darwinista, the better.