Re: More Than Intelligent Design.

From: Janice Matchett <>
Date: Thu Dec 29 2005 - 15:33:05 EST

At 02:54 PM 12/29/2005, George Murphy wrote:

>Hugh's approach is more honest than that of the Discovery Institute
>in that he doesn't play games about who the designer is supposed to
>be. He's also quite competent in dealing with physics &
>astronomy. Unfortunately the same can't be said for his
>understanding of biology or his biblical interpretation.
>It also should be noted than in the statement below he makes no
>attempt to distinguish between the different types of "naturalism,"
>something that is crucial in discussing these issues.

### I should have added to my post the caveat that I have no "gurus"
- I'm not on anyone's band wagon except my own. When I
read "More than Intelligent Design", I saw that his "take" on it was
the same as mine as far as it went in that short commentary.

I don't know the full extent of his beliefs when it comes to the
Scriptures, biology, or the different types of naturalism, so have
no idea if I would agree with him on anything else, or not.

~ Janice
Received on Thu Dec 29 15:34:28 2005

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