Re: Definition of "Species"

From: Jan de Koning (
Date: Wed Feb 20 2002 - 13:40:43 EST

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    At 01:20 PM 20/02/02 -0500, george murphy wrote:
    >gordon brown wrote:
    > > If God is sovereign, whatever happens is intelligently designed, no matter
    > > how directly or
    > > indirectly God is involved.
    > Yes. But if God limits divine action (i.e., does not make full
    > use of
    >sovereignty) to what can be accomplished through natural processes, then
    >things may not be _optimally_ designed. & it may even be that - within this
    >constraint - it will not be possible to design things to accomplish some goal.
      I don't think that God limits His actions, and who are we to say that God
    did not design optimally....Who are we to judge if God is intelligent? For
    me talking about God's "intelligence" sounds like blasphemy.

    Jan de K.

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