Turning the tables in the Dover trial
Q. Professor Miller, you wrote a book titled "Finding Darwin's God -- A Scientist's Search for Common Ground Between God and Evolution." Isn't that true?
A. Well, my name is given as the author.
Q. But you did write the book, didn't you?
Q. And you also wrote the high school biology textbook selected by the Dover school board. Isn't that true?
A. Well, I am a co-author.
Q. Did you write any of the sections about evolution?
A. Well, uh - uh - uh . . . .
The Court: Please just answer yes or no.
Q. OK, back to "Finding Darwin's God." It is pretty strange that plaintiffs in an establishment clause lawsuit chose an expert witness who wrote a book with such a title, isn't it?
Attorney Rothschild: Objection! The question is leading the witness.