Re: [asa] Re: On the Barr-West exchange and ID/TE

From: Rich Blinne <>
Date: Tue Nov 17 2009 - 11:06:28 EST

Sorry.I chopped off the end of a sentence. Here it is with the chopped-off
portion restored.

On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 8:59 AM, Rich Blinne <> wrote:

> *Scientists, like people in other professions, hold a wide range of
> positions about religion and the role of supernatural forces or entities in
> the universe. Some adhere to a position known as scientism, which holds
> that the methods of science alone are sufficient for discovering everything
> there is to know about the universe. Others ascribe to an idea known as
> deism, which posits that God created all things and set the universe in
> motion but no longer actively directs physical phenomena. Others are
> theists, who believe that God actively intervenes in the world. Many
> scientists who believe in God, either as a prime mover or as an active force
> in the universe, *
 have written eloquently about their beliefs.

[quotes follow some of which I reproduced.]

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