PS: We "think" we know more of what goes on inside of stars than inside the
cell. I rather way and see if we think correctly. Biblically and loosely,
nonliving matter creation and living matter creation were "separate" events
(or processes, please consider the word "loosely"). That may be a reason they
accept fine-tuning here and not there.
> Re: Fine Tuning & ID
> Eduardo Moros wrote:
> This is the sort of answer I was hoping to generate. (My question
> was, why does ID consider fine-tuning of natural processes "adequate"
> for carbon production and "inadequate" for biological history.)
> According to this answer, it is a matter of scientific judgment. The
> complexity (especially irreducible complexity) of cells are judged to
> be beyond evolutionary explanations. (I judge from silence that
> philosophical and theological factors aren't the important ones on
> this *particular* issue.) I expect your answer agrees with many "ID
> sympathizers," but I'd like to hear from some more. I'd like to hear
> a consensus, or at least a delimited range of opinions.
> Loren Haarsma