NOTE: This is a re-post from an earlier OP that was lost due to the recent crash of the host server for our blog. Since I didn’t keep a copy, this is a close reconstruction from memory as to what I originally wrote and the point I wanted to make. I believe Teleologist still has the orginal comments to this OP and will add them back in.
Professor P.Z. Myers from the University of Minnesota is up to his usual no good tricks. This time around he, along with several of the regular rabid anti-ID crowd over at The Panda’s Thumb, have taken it upon themselves to discredit nearly every word from Dr. Jonathan’s Wells’ recent book The Politically Incorrect Guide To Darwinism and Intelligent Design.
Not content to simply review the book, PZ et.al. have decided to pick at everything in the book, chapter-by-chapter, line-by-line. In their view, Wells has lied or misrepresented absolutely everything. That despite the fact that Wells holds a Ph.D. in, I believe, developmental biology.
Over at Doug Groothuis’s blog The Constructive Curmudgeon, Tim McGrew has pointed out some some very specific examples of where Myers deliberately and knowingly misquotes Dr. Wells in a pitiful attempt to try and discredit everything Dr. Wells says. Too bad for Myers he’s been caught red-handed. Read McGrew’s comments (you’ll have to scroll down a bit in the comments to find it) and decide for yourself who is telling the truth here.