Saturday, November 18, 2006


Traveling Light

“I want to remind you that you don’t need a theory of design to know that is design,” says Dr. Paul Nelson, a Biola professor and ID apologist. “The reality of detecting intelligence doesn’t require a theory. A theory is a nice thing to have, certainly if we are going to apply this to biology, but design inferences are sound and stable even if we don’t have a fully articulated theory.”

The nice thing about ID? Not only don't you need theory, but you really don't need evidence either. Those are aspects of science that intelligent design has decided it can do without, thank you very much.

Infer, conjecture, guess, speculate, suppose, surmise, and opine, those are the building blocks of the inellectual Dogpatch that is CreationScienceLite TM.


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