Jan de Koning (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 20 Mar 1997 11:44:43 -0500
Yes, the fact that he is a lawyer does colour my view. After all "truth"
in court has to be without a doubt, so lawyers are used to looking for weak
points and gaps. So even if you accept evolution or the possibilitity of
macro-evolution or the "fact" thaat God does use evolution, you have to
admit that there are gaps in the findings and probably even in the theory.
Does that meaan, that therefor we must accept the bible as a natural
science textbooks with propositions? I certainly think, that we then
misuse the bible.
Jan de Koning