Defending The Indefensible
|October 2, 2006||Posted by GilDodgen under Intelligent Design|
I seem to have a talent for raising the ire and indignation of anti-ID folks. Check out the number of comments here (126 comments at this writing). This is a good sign for ID, because it’s obvious that my posts strike sensitive nerves. Defending the indefensible is a difficult task that requires a great deal of passion.
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Random mutation and natural selection really is miraculous. It not only explains the intricacies of the machinery of the cell, it explains the intricacies of the bat’s echolocation system and its integration with the bat’s flight-control system.
Examples like this reveal why Darwinian fundamentalists are in a state of panic. They don’t have the explanatory goods, and most people with common sense recognize this.