Saturday, May 22, 2010

Intelligent Design and Me, Part IV: A Response to Some Critics

This morning I published a fourth installment of the series I began in March on the BioLogos blog. Entitled, "Intelligent Design and Me, Part IV: A Response to Some Critics," here's how it begins:
In yesterday’s entry, I corrected some misleading comments made about my background. I also explained why certain Thomist philosophers see in Intelligent Design (ID) a philosophy of nature that is nearly indistinguishable from William Paley’s failed mechanistic understanding of the universe. Today I want to say more about Thomism and ID by addressing the charge that some of us do not take into consideration the central question of whether or not ID arguments are reasonable.
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