Re: [asa] Question for all the theistic evolutionists

From: John Burgeson (Burgy) <>
Date: Fri Mar 16 2007 - 18:17:41 EDT

>> Why is that position not "rational?"

This is my last post for awhile as I'm away from the net for several

My answer is maybe what Glenn would write -- although he'd do it

Suppose you have a time machine. You travel back to -- say -- 350KY
ago and observe burial processes involving grave goods. On what basis
do you say the entities taking part in the ceremonies have no IOG?

Or the dark cave of the Neanderthals. Same question as you see them
dancing around the fire 2 miles deep in a lightless cave.

Or the northlands, where you observe entities wearing clothing in

My point is simply this -- I don't know that in any of these cases
the entities have the IOG. But the claim that they do not has to be
supported by something. As far as I can see, the only support for
such a claim is that it is too far back in time. Which begs the



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