From: Kenneth Van Oost (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue 01 Nov 2005 - 19:33:06 GMT
> > Creationism only flourishes when people are poorly educated about
biology. Dace wrote,
> Quite the contrary, creationism flourishes when people are all too aware
> the mechanistic claims of biology. If you're going to have a mechanism,
> shouldn't you have a mechanic? All the machines that ever existed in the
> history of the world were built through intelligent design.
<< Maybe so, but has it to be !?
Why can 't you accept the notion that a ID isn 't necessary to explain the
wonderful things that go on in nature !?
Why turning back the clock 2000 years and evocate questions that even
Plato long ago lay aside !?
In the world which shows itself to us in all its grandeur, why searching
for combine elements to bring order into the chaos !?
The problem to find a coherent reality which forms the bias for all of the
perplexity of nature is still here, but I don 't understand why it must be
a ID or a thing called creatonism !
Ted, come up to date with what lives today...
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