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Newton, Einstein and the Intelligent Design

"How ridiculous to make evolution the enemy of God". Charles Krauthammer attacks without mercy the ID, "a phony theory".
"Intelligent design may be interesting as theology, but as science it is a fraud".

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"What could be more elegant, more simple, more brilliant, more economical, more creative, indeed more divine than a planet with millions of life forms, distinct and yet interactive, all ultimately derived from accumulated variations in a single double-stranded molecule, pliable and fecund enough to give us mollusks and mice, Newton and Einstein? Even if it did give us the Kansas State Board of Education, too."

Interesting story, mainly because of his final paragraph. There is no reason to muddle two disctinct methods that describe different aspects of our world.

The author is correctly inspired by the beauty and complexity of the world that he has discovered and his wonder is thrown wide open. So open in fact, that his mind wanders to the "divine".

It seems that those who are pushing intelligent design are lacking truly lively reasons for their faith in their day to day experience and are instead gasping for air while trying to stay afloat in a stormy sea.

November 28, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

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