I stand corrected. Thank you.
What I had in mind was that statements by ASA members (most of whom are
laymen and scientists) might make more headway in some circles if they are
backed up by theologians with good reputations in these circles.
Department of Mathematics
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0395
On Thu, 18 Nov 1999, George Murphy wrote:
> I don't think your statement about trusting Evangelical theologians more than
> "laymen who are scientists" is entirely accurate. A lot of people seem to be willing to
> get their theology from scientists or engineers who aren't theologians (Morris, Gish) or
> lawyers (Johnson).