The U.S. Constitution’s Intelligent Design (Lecture by Judge John E. Jones)

The U.S. Constitution’s Intelligent Design (Lecture by Judge John E. Jones) December 11, 2012

Judge John E. Jones, who presided over the Dover Intelligent Design trial, gives a lecture with the title “The U.S. Constitution’s Intelligent Design.” Shared by Bruce Prescott. It is more focused on the nature of the United States judicial system and Constitution, and notions such as “activist judges,” than specifically on ID, although the latter is a major focus in places.

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  • The video is just over 1 hour long. There’s an unfortunate echo that makes listening a bit harder. Nevertheless, it was well worth the time spent listening.

    Thanks for posting – and to anybody reading this comment, just go listen.