Re: PJ and Saganism

Moorad Alexanian (
Tue, 24 Aug 1999 08:41:01 -0400

The evidence is there. He is and the universe is. Isn't that enough? Could
it be that some of our search for evidence is a lack of faith? Moorad

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To: John W. Burgeson <>
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Date: Monday, August 23, 1999 11:07 PM
Subject: Re: PJ and Saganism

>At 01:30 PM 08/23/1999 -0600, John W. Burgeson wrote:
>>Where Terry Gray, and Glenn Morton, and you (I think) and George Murphy
>>part company with me is, I think, in your position that the TE position
>>is the ONLY possibility and that the very idea of a God "leaving his
>>fingerprints" is, somehow, a very bad idea to contemplate or give any
>>credence to at all.
>I would have to let the others speak for themselves but as for me I think
>God leaving fingerprints is a great idea. I am being criticized constantly
>for wanting evidence of the activities spoken of in the Bible. THat
>evidence is evidence of God's fingerprints. However when it comes to life,
>I don't think God left his fingerprints where anti-evolutionists think He
>did. And I don't see anyway of detecting the progressive creationist
>fingerprints either. So if I can't detect them with PC, I might as well be
>an evolutionist because as near as I can see all PC does is add an
>untestable assumption to evolution.
>Foundation, Fall and Flood
>Adam, Apes and Anthropology
>Lots of information on creation/evolution