RE: [asa] RE: Public questions for Denyse O'Leary

From: Bill Hamilton <>
Date: Fri Dec 22 2006 - 10:44:01 EST

--- Denyse O'Leary <> wrote:

> Ted, all this is fine and good, and I am actually well aware of it all.
> I read the Time article & c. In general, I keep up with news.
> But it doesn't explain why, when a big atheist road show fronts atheism
> as the logical outcome of Darwinism, I actually see the ID guys rushing
> in to do something about it - however ham-handed you may think them -
> but ASA? Nada!
> Like, I was expecting a PR in my box any time these last few days ...
> six of them, maybe. Would have made a great column too, darn!
> (My biggest worry SHOULD have been that the news editor would grab it,
> forcing me to write about biblical archaeology or something instead.
> Hazards of a hack's life.)
> Nobody on this list mentioned the matter, even though a storm was raging
> for days, until a list member (van Meurs, I think) linked to my own
> comments, which themselves were delayed due to local issues (computer
> problems).
Pardon my ignorance, but what matter are you talking about, Denyse? I keep up
with the news too, but I don't remember seeing anything about "a big atheist
road show".

Bill Hamilton
William E. Hamilton, Jr., Ph.D.
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