I seem to have deleted the original post, but I believe it was Burgy who
asked about Ted Davis' article about methodological naturalism. Since Ted
seems to be busy, let me supply the reference:
Davis, E.B. and Collins, R., 2000, Scientific naturalism, in Ferngren, G.B.
et al., eds., The History of Science and Religion in the Western Tradition:
An Encyclopedia: Garland Publishing, Inc. (New York), p. 201-207.
It's a useful reference volume and among other things includes an article by
D.N. Livingstone on "The origin and unity of the human race", which
summarizes some of DNL's more detailed works presented in a number of
historical, geographical, and theological journals; it's also relevant to
some of the recent posts on this list (although of little interest to any but
ultra-concordists these days). The volume curiously includes
more-than-expected contributions by ID proponents, including the ever
repetitive Bill Dembski.
Karl V. Evans
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