From: Denyse O'Leary (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jun 02 2003 - 09:40:28 EDT
Can anyone on this list tell me whether gap theory and day-age theory
are still used in interpretations of Genesis?
I would like to associate the name of a prominent scientist, living or
dead, with each of these, if possible. I am working on a chart.
Thanks much, in advance, for any day age and gap help,
Also, here is a thought for the day:
"J. A. Wheeler, former president of the American Physical Society,
Princeton professor of physics, recipient of the Einstein Award,
portrays the stance of today's science: "When I first started studying I
saw the world as composed of particles. Looking more deeply I discovered
waves. Now after a lifetime of study, it appears that all existence is
the expression of information."" From a book review in the Jerusalem
Post, May 23, 2003. Review of Science And Religion: Are They Compatible?
edited by Paul Kurtz and Barry Karr. Prometheus Books. 350 pp. $ 20
-- To see what's new in faith and science issues, go to www.designorchance.com My next book, By Design or By Chance?: The Growing Controversy Over the Origin of Life in the Universe (Castle Quay Books, Oakville) will be published Fall 2003.
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