Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Intelligent design and something worth remembering

Looking through some old draft posts, I came across a point made by Leon Wieseltier in The New Republic regarding intelligent design that's worth remembering:
Intelligent design was conceived as the solution to a religious problem, not a scientific one. The problem is that the cosmogony in Genesis does not resemble what we know about the origins of the world.


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