Re: Darwinian and non-Darwinian (was Re: RFEP & ID)

From: Jay Willingham (
Date: Sun Sep 28 2003 - 13:20:37 EDT

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    The law has a saying, "res ipsa loquitor", e.g. "the thing speaks for

    To say that man was not made in the image of God and is merely a random
    product of natural laws over time gives a mighty tool or proof to those who
    declare their race of men or their level of intelligence/reasoning speed as
    rightfully dominant of other races or mental capacities.

    The experience of technocracy (that the brightest are therefore the best,
    Marxism/socialism) has shown empirically that intelligence is not a marker
    for wisdom. In fact a case could be made that intelligence begets pride
    which is the enemy of wisdom.

    I did not say ID was nonsense, I simply asked for examples.

    To say there are too many examples of ID nonsense to summarize even one of
    them makes me wonder just who is being nonsensical.

    Jay Willingham

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