Re: [asa] Anti-Creationism Lecture

From: Bill Dozier <wddozier@mac.com>
Date: Mon Dec 15 2008 - 14:35:06 EST

Yes. As George Murphy frequently notes, the distinction between
Providence & Creation is less obvious given how modern science views
the world. God is always acting, though mostly via intermediate
processes. The distinction between providential and creative action
depends to a large degree on a belief in instantaneous creation that
is no longer viable.

On Dec 15, 2008, at 11:23 AM, David Campbell wrote:

> Exact mechanisms of how God normally interacts with the physical world
> might be percieved as more or less miraculous by different TE
> advocates, but this is not uniquely a TE issue; this is no different
> from the question of how God is involved in everyday events or the
> course of human history.

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