When and why did the Board for Certification of Genealogists(R) stop using the term "preponderance of the evidence" to describe how genealogists evaluate evidence.
Today, genealogists who work to follow BCG's standards apply the Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS)?
What practical impact did the change in POE have on the approaches taken by genealogists who work to apply BCG's standards and more specifically, practice the GPS?
From an article on the BCG website, in part:
BCG Abandons the Term "Preponderance of Evidence"
The Board for Certification of Genealogists, which tests and certifies researchers in a number of genealogical specialties, will no longer use the term preponderance of evidence, heretofore widely used to describe how genealogists analyze and weigh evidence ...