>Dick Fischer says,
>> What has always bugged me about Hugh Ross is that in his own
>>discipline of astrophysics he calls for no supernatural
>>interference. Instead he foists off his theory of progressive
>>creation by miraculous intervention on to the science of
>>anthropology where he has no credentials.
>But does Hugh deny theistic action in astronomy?
If by "action" we mean that other than natural processes developed
the cosmos, I have seen nothing in his writings to indicate he
believes that. Yes, Ross gives glory to God for this wonderful
life support system we call Earth. But I have seen nothing that
tells me he believes that God circumvented the laws of physics
between the Big Bang and the creation of life.
Dick Fischer, The Origins Solution - http://www.orisol.com
"The answer we should have known about 150 years ago."