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Wednesday, August 02, 2006

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Augustine

I am laughing because just 15 minutes ago, my boss called me into her office to let me know that my job duties are changing slightly and my new title will be "Project Coordinator." Eerie timing having this post appear now. :)

Kevin Jones

Will articles by Edward T. Oakes, SJ, find their way on to this site? I'm quite partial to his critiques of ID.

MenTaLguY

Hmm, good point. I think Father Oakes' critiques of ID tend to be a little more coherent (and perhaps also more theologically sound) than Father Coyne's. If you're going to include the latter it seems fair to include the former as well.

Mark Brumley

Yes, re: Father Oakes. Working on it. Thanks.

Ed Peters

Man, am I glad you guys are on this.

Brian John Schuettler

I will sleep better tonight knowing that Father Oakes will be at IP. You have no idea how concerned I was. Thanks for the save, Kev.

Mark Brumley

Father Oakes, S.J., will be on the Intelligent Project page, not at IP. (Although he is welcome.) He has translated Balthasar for us, so I suppose in that sense he is "at IP".

Sleep well, BJS.

Ed Peters

Balthasar is at IP? This just keeps getting better and better.

Mark Brumley

It does. Like fine Napa wine. Yes, Balthasar is at IP. See what you learn by coming to Ignatius Insight.

Plato's Stepchild

I believe that Martin Hilbert of the Toronto Oratory smacked down Coyne pretty hard in a recent issue of Touchstone Magazine. As I recall, it was a pretty comprehensive thrashing. Fr Hilbert has a PhD in the history of the philosophy of science, I believe.

Plato's Stepchild

Oops.

Looks like his article is already there. If I may summate, his article likens Coyne's philosophy to Schleirmacher for lab coats.

Mark Brumley

BTW, John Herreid has updated the IntelligentProject.net site to include links to the Father Edward T. Oakes, S.J., FT articles, responses to Father Oakes, and the Zenit interview he did. So there you are.

(Please note, as Mr. Herreid remarked to me a few moments ago, that the IntelligentProject.net site does change. But the change is gradual, over long periods of time. Even so, I have not notice any changes as a result of "random mutation". Make of that what you will.)

Joseph Mastropaolo

I am particularly interested in Genesis, objective science, devolution, and the phantom of the universe, evolution.

Joseph Mastropaolo

I am particularly interested in Genesis, objective science, devolution, and the phantom of the universe, evolution.

Joseph Mastropaolo

I am particularly interested in Genesis, objective science, devolution, and the phantom of the universe, evolution.

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