>Again Glenn, I'm always surprised how you manage to link A with B when A
>follow from B. We are hear talking philosophically of what is meant by
>random. If you believe that God causes "random mutations" then they are not
>really random since you "know" what caused them.
Not so, Eduardo, all you know is WHO caused them, not that they aren't
random. God could have built himself a superduper random number generator
and used it to decide which mutations to cause. So I would say that there
IS a link. Knowing WHO caused the mutations is NOT the same as knowing HOW
the causer did it.
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