Just got back to my computer. My comments were based on Part I only. Will
look at Part II + your review and get back to you.
>From: "Ted Davis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I do not share Howard Van Till's enthusiasm for Frederick C. Crews' review
> of Ken Miller, Finding Darwin's God, and several other works. Mainly I find
> his review unwilling to take seriously the idea on which the ASA is based,
> namely that genuine biblical religion, with belief in a God who exists
> before and apart from the creation, can make sense of the world of science.
> Crews simply *assumes* that science couples well only with irreligion, and I
> reject that assumption not only as a Christian with a knowledge of science
> but also as an historian with a knowledge of Christianity and science.
> As an alternative perspective on the book Crews liked least (I would
> judge), that by Brown University biologist Ken Miller, I have attached the
> review I published in the latest HPS/ASA newsletter, forthcoming in Reports
> of the National Center for Science Education. It's a wordperfect document,
> unfortunately, so some may not be able to decipher it.
> Happy reading,
> Ted Davis
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