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Saturday, November 01, 2008

Darwinists sensationalize case of fundy teacher

A blogger on Panda's Thumb, Richard B. Hoppe, is showing an inordinate fascination with the termination hearing of an Ohio teacher, John Freshwater, who has been charged with using an electrical device to burn a cross onto a student's arm. Hoppe has been attending the multi-day hearing and so far has posted four long articles about the case on Panda's Thumb [1] [2] [3] [4].

Why is Hoppe giving this case an inordinate amount of attention? IMO the reason is that he wants to make Freshwater into a stereotype of science teachers who doubt Darwinism.


Anonymous Michael said...

I agree, Mr Hoppe wants to stereotype all creationists and intelligent designers, and others as the teacher who was against evolution from Ohio. No doubt they will milk it for what it is worth to them.

Saturday, November 01, 2008 1:12:00 PM  

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