ID and Utility:

Eduardo G. Moros (moros_eg@castor.wustl.edu)
Tue, 30 Sep 1997 08:56:54 -0500

God has been planty obvious to me but as calvin used to say:

Human reason is utterly tainted with vanity

So perhaps our presupositions should still be on the crokpot ........

Salu2
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"many times when reading "science" I have the
annoying sensation I'm reading science fiction."

(Craig Rusbult) wrote:
>
> So one important scientific question is "can we tell the difference?"
> A follow-up philosophical question is appropriate if a theistically
> guided process (that is not just hands-off deism) appears to produce the
> same results as if it was randomly unguided. This is the "trickster God"
> question of Elliott Sober -- that asks "Why wasn't God more obvious in the
> guiding?"
>
> Craig R

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Salu2 ------------------------------------------- "many times when reading "science" I have the annoying sensation I'm reading science fiction."