[Texas-based Foundation for Thought and Ethics foundation president Jon] Buell doesn’t recommend the book.
“If they would have contacted me, I would not have encouraged the people in Dover to use it because of other tools that are more up-to-date,” he said. “The idea of intelligent design and the evidence that supports it has gotten extraordinarily more strong than when it was originally printed.”
Brilliant. So the point is to keep publishing junk and claim "ah ha, you aren't reading our latest book, the field has advanced so much in the last n years...." It's a shell game for the already converted.