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1. How does a lawyer's perspective help in evaluating scientific theories? Aren't you a bit out of your element?
2. Why are you convinced that Darwinism is more philosophy than science?3. Have any of your critics ackowledged that Darwinism is something akin to a secular religion?
4. You describe yourself as a creationist. What do you mean by that term?
5. What is meant by the term evolutionist?
8. Doesn't the natural history of life through time demonstrate the fact of evolution?
9. What do you consider to be the best evidence for evolution?
10. What do you consider to be the most significant problems with Darwinian theory?
11. Darwinian theory predicts that the accumulating diversity of species should precede the disparity of the higher taxa. Isn't geological succession in systematically reverse order to Darwinian predictions?
13. It is evident from the fossil record that fundamental body plans do not undergo major evolutionary change. Do natural processes exist which prevent evolution from occurring?
16. If science is limited to naturalism what possible alternatives could exist to evolutionism?
25. Does the uncritical teaching of Darwinism constitute the establishment of a secular religion?
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6. Do you consider theistic evolution to be a contradiction in terms?
7. Do you believe that natural processes
a. are sufficient to account for major evolutionary change?
b. are insufficient, or
c. prevent major evolutionary change from occurring?
12. Do you reject the concept of descent with modification?
14. If Darwinian theory is such a poor theory why don't more scientists reject it?
15. Why don't more scientists consider creation to be a valid explanation of origins?
17. Do you have any alternative research program for scientists?
18. Darwin's extrapolations seem more metaphysical than empirical. Shouldn't scientists return to a more empirical science?
19. Do scientists need a better understanding of nature's ordinary rules of stability ans stasis before they can develop better theories of change?
20. Could scientists come to the conclusion that natural processes prevent major evolutionary change?
21. Does the California Science Framework allow criticism of Darwinian theory in the classroom?
22. What can legally be taught in the science classroom?
23. Is it illegal to teach Pasteur's Law of Biogenesis that life does not arise spontaneously?
24. Doesn't the uncritical teaching of Darwinism undermine support for public education?