Monday, September 11, 2006


When Indeed

"Scientists" at the Reasons to Believe ministry in California believe they've developed a creation model based on scientific methods.

“The problem scientists have with the current Intelligent Design movement is that ID proponents offer no model by which to test their claims,” says Hugh Ross, a founder of the creationist group, Reasons to Believe. “Testability and predictive power are crucial to credibility. It is right for the scientific community to ask, ‘Where is your model?”

"When will we have the courage to let evidence be the brutal yet fair arbiter in the competition of ideas? Let's be open-minded enough to follow the trail of evidence wherever it leads," says Ross.


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