Since I am banned from Biologos, I am unable to contact you, so I'm "sending" this open letter to you via telicthoughts.com, and hope you read it. I'm sorry I wasn't able to attend the conference. I wanted very much to meet you. My accusations against Ussery are patently true: He misquoted Behe and used those misquotes to attack Behe's integrity and competence. If he had merely quoted Behe correctly and then attacked Behe's position, I would have had no complaint, since I do not have much background in biology, and would leave that discussion up to the experts. But I do know English. And I do know when someone is being misquoted. For you to suggest that what Ussery said was true means that you have either not bothered to compare Ussery's misquotes of Behe with Behe's actual text, or that you yourself are guilty of deceit. I hope it isn't the latter. If you haven't compared the two, please do so now. Then demand a retraction of the misquotes by Ussery, if you are any kind of Christian at all.
P.S. The email address I use at Biologos is quite correct. Read the rest of this entry »