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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 2, 2002 01:10:57 UTC

Hi Richard,
You wrote:
"Recently, last week Mr. Kent Hovind had a debate with Dr. Massimo Pigliucci."

In April 1997, Dr. Pigliucci rebutted one of my posts to a site on population biology.
I respect his technical understanding of biology. I think he didn't read my whole short post and jumped right to a conclusion.
Even if evolutionists are right about longterm biology and creationists are wrong, evolutionists might miss a point...that something has caused a big upswing in the power of information in the past 2 .5 millenia or so. Harnassing that power will affect everyone. Evolutionists haven't offered a really good theology and definitely natural selection is not a life philosophy.
Thanks for bringing this in.
Sorry I talk too much.

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