Re: [asa] Interesting review by Beckwith of the book Signature in the Cell

From: Nucacids <nucacids@wowway.com>
Date: Fri Dec 11 2009 - 21:13:01 EST

It's a good review. And it does seem to be the case that many in the ID movement rely on a hodgepodge of disconnected (contradictory?) arguments to make the case for design. However, the point about reticence and naming the designer is bogus (of course, many in the ID movement can't seem to make up their minds as to whether they are investigating or whether they are engaged in apologetics/culture war battles, so they often end up enabling this bogus complaint).

 

-Mike

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  From: Austerberry, Charles F.
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  http://romereturn.blogspot.com/2009/12/signature-in-cell.html

  Charles (Chuck) F. Austerberry, Ph.D.
  Nebraska Religious Coalition for Science Education
  http://nrcse.creighton.edu

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