Re: Snoke's response

From: David C Campbell <amblema@bama.ua.edu>
Date: Mon Aug 15 2005 - 12:36:15 EDT

>>Thus, omission of theological aspects within science is theologically
appropriate. ..."<<
>### Which is why the NABT was forced to delete the words
"unsupervised" and "impersonal" from its creed. <

Yes, those were inappropriate, with the caveat that evolution itself is
impersonal, just as gravity is impersonal.

>The association's original platform - like Darwinism itself - exceeds
purely scientific conclusions, and embraces distinctly religious ideas.
<

What is Darwinism? It tends to be used as a vaguely defined
perjurative.

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