Joel noted that "B.B. Warfield, a seminal fundamentalists, called himself
a "Darwinian of the purest water.""
That's true, of course. But in reading the latest book on Warfield last
year, I suggest that he was using the term "Darwinian" in a different
sense than, for example, Dawkins, Gould, etc. use it. Even in a different
sense than most ASA members might use it (I personally stay away from the
Griffin's book, which I recently reviewed, has a rather excellent (IMHO)
discussion of the term "Darwinism," dissecting it into 14 parts. I talk
about this in my review at the web site below.
John Burgeson (Burgy)
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