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Author Topic:   Kenneth R. Miller - Finding Darwin's God
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Message 10 of 94 (10650)
05-30-2002 2:20 PM
Reply to: Message 9 by Minnemooseus
05-30-2002 2:01 PM


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Originally posted by minnemooseus:
Elaborating on the above a bit:

By labeling Miller as a creationist, I mean only that his religious faith is that God is ultimately behind it all.

He stresses that, he in no way claims to have scientific evidence in support of God's existance or actions.

He is not in any way a believer in any "creation science".

Moose


This sounds like a philosophical approach often called Primary and secondary cause where a prime mover (in this case God) is the indirect basis for everything as the primary cause with the secondary cause being everything that we can observe, ie nature and the natural world.

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