From The Philadelphia (Pa.) Inquirer of Oct. 26, 2005:
Naturally, he's a chip off the old DNA
By Amy Worden
Inquirer Staff Writer
HARRISBURG - Charles Darwin might not be in the federal courtroom to hear witnesses challenge his theory of evolution.
But his DNA is.
As one of Darwin's most vocal modern-day critics testified in a landmark lawsuit last week, the eminent scientist's great-great-grandson sat six feet away in the jury-box-turned-press box.
[Matthew] Chapman said he doesn't feel defensive about his ancestry.
"The only time I've felt proud of being descended from Darwin is in opposition to creationists," he said.
[Read the whole story]