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Critique of Intelligent Design

Evolution vs. Creationism

The Art of ID Stuntmen

Faith vs Reason

Anthropic Principle

Autopsy of the Bible code

Science and Religion

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Intelligent Design Gaudia, Gil May 16, 2005
You say, "In all cases it's 'ID-Lite'. No typos." Yet your article says, "The book produces an overall impression that while the ID movement itself enjoys little support in intellectual circles, some remarkably ID-like(sic)intuitions have wide currency. Most of the writers are concerned to make room for God in the universe described by science, and keep suggesting that Darwinian evolution is inadequate, or that information is something mysterious. Similar themes are emphasized by ID proponents, only more explicitly. The question, then, becomes one of whether or not philosophers and liberal theologians can be counted on to oppose, not just ID, but any 'ID-lite'(sic)theories that may also come along.
Please clarify the difference between "ID-Like" and "ID-Lite".
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Intelligent Design Edis, Taner May 16, 2005
>You say, "In all cases it's 'ID-Lite'. No >typos."

Yes. When I say "ID-lite" it's correct. When I say "ID-like" it's also correct. No typos.

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