Re: Fw: Fw: economic irreducible complexity

Geoffrey Horton (
Sat, 30 Nov 1996 17:29:51 -0600

In the midst of talking about something else, Glenn Morton asked:

> Unless you are willing to believe in life in outer space, there is a
> (unknown to us at this moment) which is quite capable of producing
> amino acids.

Let us postulate that I am happy to believe in life in outer space, in that
the meteors could be fragments of someplace else suitable for life. Does
this affect your argument? And a different question: If extra-terrestrial
life were proved to exist (even in non-intelligent form), how does this
affect your views on God's role?

Anyone is welcome to take a crack at the second question.

Yours in Christ,