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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on August 9, 2002 20:54:03 UTC

...I read this book many moons ago. Seems like ten years, but I think it was more like two or three years back. I recall finding that a lot of Behe's claims were based within the notion that, if we can't currently explain it with science, then we must accept the religious explanation. This ties in with my earlier statement that you can't expect science to be a religion. They're opposites, really, and only by learning scientific doctrine (as opposed to specific theories/branches of study) will you ever appreciate the marked difference.

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