Discovery Institute blogger Seth Cooper did not like Barry Lynn's op-ed as much as I did. His thoughts on the usbject are available here. Here's an excerpt:
The Rev. Barry Lynn of Americans United for Separation of Church and State continues to serve in the Ministry of Dis-Information when it comes to intelligent design theory. A dogmatic opponent of intelligent design, the Rev. Lynn recently authored an op-ed that dismisses ID out of hand--not even bothering to take on any of the empirical, scientific claims made by Dr. Michael Behe or any other ID theorists.
Cooper does not offer a single example of Dis-Information from Lynn's op-ed. That's because Lynn, as always, was relentlessly accurate in what he wrote. As for not addressing the scientific arguments of ID, no doubt Lynn considered a brief op-ed the wrong forum for discussing the minutiae of blood clotting or immune system evolution.
Cooper does, however, link to another blogger for a more detailed treatment of Lynn's piece. It is a highly instructive blog entry indeed, for it shows the level of lunacy and dishonesty ID proponents are willing to embrace. We consider it in our next post.