Date: Mon Feb 17 2003 - 19:01:34 EST
While I am not so sure about this "new paradigm," I personally appreciate
discussions beyond C/E. Thanks everyone!
Quoting John Burgeson <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> >>I believe my understanding of what Don is proposing is clear enough.
> >>do you suggest it is lacking?>>
> I suggest a study of Polkinghorne's REASON AND REALITY to start with.
> >>But anyway, where do you see the relevance of all this to the C/E
> >>Shouldn't his ideas be directed to a more appropriate forum?
> This is a forum for scientist-theologians (i.e. people with some
> and competence in both areas) to discuss what is pertinent to the fuzzy
> intersection between those two disciplines. The "C/E debate" is one
> part of that.Indeed, most people think it is a poor debate and that the
> questions which pertain to it ought to be ones of "purpose vs
> That theology which begins by denying the evidences of evolution is
> supported over in the ICR and AIG sites. I get frequent updats from both
> groups because I need a laugh now and again.
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