RE: Flawed anthro views of RTB

From: Moorad Alexanian (
Date: Mon Jan 21 2002 - 13:39:17 EST

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    George when an author writes a novel and creates all the characters and the
    world in which these characters exist, isn't there a logical consistency that
    the author can insist on? Couldn't our world be analogous to that? Moorad

    >===== Original Message From george murphy <> =====
    >Glenn Morton wrote:
    >> Due to a discussion with a young astronomer who supports Hugh Ross, I did
    >> some research on the RTB site. Unfortunately, I found an anthropological
    >> article which simply doesn't represent anthropology correctly. I have
    >> written a critque which can be found at
    > It's also worth noting that while Ross is certainly a competent
    >astronomer, the astronomical data he cites in support of the anthropic
    >coincidences is rendered pointless by his rejection of human evolution. If
    >intelligent life hasn't evolved by natural processes then these are indeed
    >"coincidences" and a design argument based upon them is just numerology.
    >George L. Murphy
    >"The Science-Theology Interface"

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