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Critique of Intelligent Design

Evolution vs. Creationism

The Art of ID Stuntmen

Faith vs Reason

Anthropic Principle

Autopsy of the Bible code

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Title Author Date
James Downard ertorres Sep 03, 2006
Sorry James, to rebut Ms. Coulter, such an article is not necessary. A simple bullet proof should be enough. Evolution should stand as a pillar of science and it is not even a baluster. I'm sorry I accepted it for as long as I did without questioning. I failed at science in not doing so. Good theories should stand gladly to scrutiny. Good theories should not need any ad homonym attacks. Instead of being a good soldier to the cause, you should try scientific method as an attempt to find the truth.

Evolution is just not that important for humanity to move forward!
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James Downard RJDownard@aol.com Sep 06, 2006
Since etorres did not specify what exactly would constitute a bullet proof argument for evolution, or on what grounds the correspondent decided evolution was not adequate established, there is little to comment on.

I can attest to the chain of reasoning that persuaded me that natural evolution was the only viable account for how the diversity of life has come to be, and I alluded to links of that chain (such as biogeography and the details of the fossil record)in my analyses of Ann Coulter's book.

Whether Coulter herself will ever address any of these criticisms herself remains problematic. To date she and her followers (such as Phyllis Schlafly) insist that no one is criticizing her on the substance of the antievolution claims.

In this respect Coulter and etorres may be kindred spirits.
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