Perhaps we've gotten over-abbreviated. I was referring to methodological
naturalism. But if ID actually includes the possibility of a "natural" designer
then it's no argument againt metaphysical naturalism either. That would have to be
attacked on other grounds.
> George also wrote:
> I think the claim that ID amounts to anything more than a
> scientifically clothed attempt to say "God did it" is an empty formality.
> But is this your view of the people espousing it -- or the concept
It's my view of ID as it is actually being used - e.g., by those who see
Johnson as a champion of evangelical Christianity. As I indicated, there is
a formal possibility of other usages.
>George L. Murphy