Re: [asa] Question for all the theistic evolutionists

From: John Burgeson (Burgy) <>
Date: Fri Mar 16 2007 - 20:16:41 EDT

>>No, the support is that none of these activities, in themselves,
are sufficient to consitute the IOG.
Are the Neanderthals capable of building cathedrals? Writing
something like Dante's Inferno? Assembling choirs and orchestras
that could perform Handel's Messiah?
It is not merely some limited capability to relate, speak, sing, or
worship that constitutes the IOG. It is a concatenation of these and
other capabilities producing a synergistic something else that, as
far as we can tell from the paleontological and archeological record,
all the other hominds lacked.

Good try. Insufficient.

You claim is the the Ns are incapable of X, where X is some
particular achievement. By ths criteria, the Aussie aborigines do not
have the IOG.

If you claim the Ns don't have it and the aborigines do, why?


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