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Author Topic:   What is the basis for a Creationist argument against Evolution?
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Message 59 of 96 (79719)
01-21-2004 2:50 AM
Reply to: Message 53 by JonF
01-20-2004 7:48 PM

Re: Interesting...
Just one little correction. Dembski hasn't really tried to develop a coherent theory and Behe only offered a throw-away comment that could easily be dismissed on the evidence that was already known.

ID actively avoids generating a genuine theoretical framework that could challenged evolution. This is why their current attempts at altering the school curriculum do little more than try to remove evidence for evolution.

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