History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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Designed for randomness?

November 15th, 2006 · No Comments

Collins’ mixure of religion and science is unfortunately only proof that someone can do good research and still be confused. Colonizing the creationist world is a bit imperialistic.
Collins’ argument is still a design argument (tantamount to the ‘designed randomness’ of evolutionary algorithms and software).

Secular humanists and science supporters should look to Collins with envy and gratitude. He has accomplished what they could not. He has preached an evolutionary sermon to the fundamentalist community, and it is listening. Although humanists will discover that the Collins melody is often contradictory and inexplicable, they must admit it is the only music playing in creationist theaters. Humanists will realize that Collins has gone where no scientist has gone before, to colonize the creationist world with evolutionary science.

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