Date: Sat Mar 15 2003 - 22:25:27 EST
> I am not defending PJ’Äôs personal interactions with others. My statement
>refers to his scientific/philosophical view that correctly criticizes the
>statement of evolutionists that macroevolution is a fact rather than a
>scientific assumption. As a Christian, I please God and not my ego when
>discussing scientific issues but I will not be deterred from calling a
>spade a spade.
If PJ had stopped there rather than swallowing and repeating vacuous
arguments like those found in Michael Denton's first book, I'd agree
with you. But he never corrects himself nor offers retractions when
his scientific gaffes are clearly presented to him. This is not to
say that there aren't some scientists who behave similarly (Duesberg,
for one), but none I consider worthy of respect. He could behave like
Paul Nelson, but he doesn't come close.
Moorad, I can believe it when you say you seek to please God instead
of your ego in scientific discussions. But I have no idea who PJ
is seeking to please. And I'm not even sure he's interested in
discussing science because he hardly ever does.
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