History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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History and the meaning of evolution

September 7th, 2010 · No Comments


Putting WHEE/4th online is not easy, with multiple link checks for each webpage, so it will take a few weeks. More selections on the way tomorrow, at least.
In all the debates over evolution and ‘god’, the terms of discourse are lost to semantic muddle. As a result the term ‘evolution’ has become misdefined, and the term ‘god’ has become a meaningless glyph without a definition.

The original idea of the Old Testament was about something beyond ‘god/gods’ and warned against the abuse of language.
It pointed to a ‘higher power’ beyond history, whose referent was itself open to challenge.

Evolution has become a fantasy in the minds of Darwinists who speculate that an abstraction, natural selection, does all, in an ironic creationist sentiment.

The study of history can remind us to shelve ‘god’ verbiage for some close examination of the evolutionary sequence visible there, one that gives us the meaning of evolution for the first time, with an ironic commentary on the trans-theism of the original Israelities.

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