Re: [asa] Behe's debate with himself...

From: Dave Wallace <>
Date: Tue Apr 28 2009 - 18:50:43 EDT

Murray Hogg wrote:
> The main point is that crux of Behe's form of evolution centers on a
> denial of the Darwinian affirmation that evolution proceeds in small,
> step-wise, increments.
Very interesting, somehow when I read Behe I interpreted him to imply
that the designer incrementally added/modified the genetic material, one
change per generation, and then when there was sufficient to function
the designer activated all pieces. Thus I viewed Behe still as a

I think that viewing Behe as holding a saltationist position is much
better. Live and Learn sigh.

Dave W

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