From: Blaine D. McArthur <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Friday, August 13, 1999 10:21 AM
Subject: Re: Kansas and NBC
>1. A lot of people, a lot of intelligent people, a lot of intelligent
>Christians "do see it." I am only half kidding when I say this decision
>scares me - I see Torquemada (?) just around the corner. This decision
>serves only to stifle the search for the truth about God's creation.
>This decision really bothers me, not as much for what they did, but for
>why. The scandal of the evangelical has just grown deeper.
>2. Is physics really on that much firmer a foundation than biology
>is? There seems to me to be just as much controversy in cosmology and
>astronomy as there is in biology. Yeah, they thow a lot more numbers
>around than the biologists do; but they squabble and disagree about the
>results just as much as the biologists do. I am sure that there is
>someone on this list who, if they cared to, could play the devil's
>advocate, and do the same kind of hatchet job on physics as P.J. did on
>> . It is fine to emulate physics with the notion of "unification"
>> but I do not see it in biology. Moorad