> I am confused. I can agree that evolution might be a God-guided process. If
> that's the case, how then can it "look just like purposeless, unguided
> evolution to the scientific observer"? Is not this a contradiction? Will
> not the scientific observer eliminate your God-guided view by use of Ockham's
> razor, which cuts away useless or gratuitous ideas in explanation, and
> accepts the simplest hypothesis which can explain the data? Is not
> "God-guided evolution" a useless and gratuitous explanation in the eyes of
> the scientific observer, best to be cut away?
> I am open for suggestions on resolving my confusion.
Glenn's response was good. Briefly further -
1) Scientific and theological explanation aren't the same. We
understand scientifically how grain grows, but still (I hope) pray for
George L. Murphy