>Re: >What does ID mean?

E G M (e_g_m@yahoo.com)
Wed, 15 Apr 1998 06:50:34 -0700 (PDT)

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Dennis Feucht Wrote:
Re: >What does ID mean?
Tue, 14 Apr 1998 19:15:20 -0400

The theological question would be
whether or not the distinction between a lot of "creative" works and a
continuous "providential" work really is necessary.

[Gould and Dawkins don't see this, from an atheistic point of view, as
a theological issue. The science, they argue each other, shows
punctualism (which to could be viewed theologically as discrete
creative works) and shows gradualism (which to could be viewed
theologically as continuous providential work - using your words).
Could both of them be right and coul both theological views be equally

(Ed, since we're both into control theory, isn't this a lot like viewing
continuous sampled-data systems from the z-domain (discrete
complex-frequency domain) versus viewing discrete systems from the
using sampled-data theory?)

[One could look at it that way, but remember that we know that nature
behaves both ways depending on the length and time scales of



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