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Why is the Guardian more confused about evolution than most kids?

March 31st, 2016 · No Comments

https://www.theguardian.com/science/head-quarters/2016/mar/31/intelligent-design-popular-evolution-creationism

The Guardian just can’t get the issue straight: leftist materialism is dogma, and this radiates the whole spectrum of secular thought. The reality is that kids show a natural sense of intelligence on the design question, while scientists have trained themselves into a series of errors. This is not to propose the Intelligent Design argument, rather the need to question darwinian assumptions and look also at ‘design’ in general as a question of complex machines in biological nature. It is no use trying to brainwash kids here: the natural understanding is that such entities show ‘desing’, and therefore ask science a question about design, one it can’t answer. The ID perspective can thus be considered a distraction. But teleology and design are issues science must confront…

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