Re: [asa] Conversation with Timaeus, part one

From: j burg <hossradbourne@gmail.com>
Date: Thu Sep 25 2008 - 16:06:41 EDT

"Behe has clearly stated that there are biochemical structures that
are irreducibly complex and did not evolve."

Is this not the crux of the issue? If one says that "maybe" there are
biochemical structures that are irreducibly complex and did not
evolve, that is a much weaker statement, one which I might make
myself.

Also -- is Behe's views to be taken as ID's definitional positions? He
is just one person.

Burgy

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