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Monday, September 25, 2006

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Carl Olson

A really fine interview, with lots of food for thought. I'm definitely going to track down a copy of Dr. Barr's book.

padraighh

It is probably too late to comment on this, but I think it is rather condescending to say that one understands what the ID theorists mean even though they don't say what they mean. This is like constructing a strawman.

Also the idea that humans have souls seems to me to be equivalent to assuming some sort of miracle, as does the basic notion of creation. How does God create a universe at all without the notion that it is miraculous. To deny the miraculous nature of the universe seems to be the same as accepting the idea that the universe can be explained purely by a materialistic doctrine. ( I do not mean to agree that mutations that occcur in a natural setting are miraculous, I agree with Professor Barr about that controversy. I only question whether it is fair to characterize the ID movement this way)

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