>Christians who attempt to reconcile Christianity with evolutionary theory
>must be a tiny minority indeed. It is clear that the authors say there is no
>need of God in order to know how things came to be. I saw some of them on
>C-SPAN this weekend. Although they give lip service to "religion" it is
>clear that such views are tolerated but not held in high esteem.
I see a logical fallacy in the making here. Just because an atheist
evolutionist views my theistic evolution in low regard, it does not follow that
a. Theistic evolution is wrong,
b. That one should not hold a theistic evolutionary view.
Contempt is not a logical imperative.
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