From: Robert Schneider (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 26 2003 - 10:23:54 EDT
> Don wrote:
> I have gained the impression that if anyone can develop an ID scientific
> research program then Mike will be the one to do it. However, he is
> not a typical ID proponent of the Johnson-Behe-Dembski variety.
> I agree that Mike's attitude is what is needed. However, although Dembski
> is obviously contentious at times, the following statement is, imo, an
> example of the attitude that true theorists adopt. Will the Darwinians
> the same statement?
Who are "the Darwinians"? This is an ID designation, so what do
they/you mean by "the Darwinians"? Is this intended to include all
evolutionary biologists? Does it mean only "the extreme gradualists" Howard
understands the term to mean in ID-speak? Who are you talking about?
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