>It has been a question of faith on both sides. And both sides have their
>dogma which cannot be
>contradicted by any new discovery or insight.
actually ID has faith on its side and evolutionary biology has evidence on
its side. Evolution could easily be disproven--it hasn't yet been in over
100 years, but it *could* be or could have been.
>Occam‚s Razor will become a double edged sword cutting away these
>imaginary creations MikeBGene
>spoke about so well. The younger crowd of students who have become
>skeptical of sweeping
>dogmatic statements made by their teachers will sift through the data more
>openly. I have faith that
>we will someday find out what happened. ;)
If the "younger crowd" is allowed to examine the evidence I think that you
are certainly correct. I think that "creation science" and "Intelligent
design" will be exposed as the propaganda tools they are.
For if there is a sin against life, it consists not so much in despairing
of life as in hoping for another and in eluding the implacable grandeur of
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