Reflections

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“Reflections” Our Constitution’s Intelligent Design Judge John E. Jones, III March 23, 2010 • 7 p.m. • Jones Auditorium Taylor M. Wilson Biology 210 B Honors Before attending this lecture, I was challenged to pay special attention to the ideas of Judge John E. Jones, III and then write a reflection in which I discuss the implications of the idea(s) presented by the Judge for my future actions as a scientific leader. Upon beginning his lecture, Judge Jones spoke briefly on Darwin. He suggested that despite the controversy that was sure to arise, Darwin chose to publish his book on the Origin of Species. Though he did postpone the publication, Darwin fearlessly let the world know what he believed was a major scientific discovery. Fortunately, the others agreed! From this point, which Judge Jones opened with, I realized that as a future scientist I wanted to go fearlessly into the world and share my discoveries without worry that others will believe I am foolish. Jones also discussed the Scopes trial in which a teacher taught evolution in a class room,
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