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Author Topic:   is there any case for Intelligent design in man made products
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Message 10 of 72 (653833)
02-24-2012 6:50 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by lbm111
02-24-2012 6:46 AM


When we recognize that an iPod is intelligently designed, what are we really noticing?
  • that it is manufactured;
  • that it is an artifact;
  • or something else?

If pressed, I might agree that a bird's nest, or honey comb are in some sense intelligently designed. But, in general, if asked to distinguish between designed things and natural things, I would put the birds nest and the honey comb in with the natural things.


Jesus was a liberal hippie

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