Along with anyone who buys into it.
That took me back a ways. To the days when I used to listen to those clever people, and their immense betrayal of basic principles: Like it matters whether human beings can think or not.
This is what it seems like:
They wanted jobs in a system run by materialist atheists. And meeting the system most of the way was the only way to get them. That was their right.
Christians for Darwin are mostly decent people, but have no idea that they do not need to grovel anymore. Raise your heads. To say nothing of your standards.
Anyway, from the review:
And for those already familiar with the intelligent design movement, this book does much to clear away some long-standing misconceptions that have diminished its appeal.
Misconceptions that Christians for Darwin benefited from promoting.
The book as a whole, however, can be somewhat frustrating. The internal logic of the progression of chapters and topics is not readily discernible. There were a number of better ways Dembski could have built his argument and organized his book to enhance its cogency, increasing significantly the ease of informational uptake of the book’s message.
Funny a journalist like me who had been paying attention wouldn’t have any trouble understanding it then. Why was no Christian who has a job in science paying attention? Too scary?
Leaving aside issues of improving the book’s form, I will offer in closing a couple of comments on its content-one commendatory, two critical. … – Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith Volume 67 #3, September 2015
Pay if you want; it is not worth pursuing.
The reviewer works for a Christian university whose students can no longer be licensed in the (big) province of Ontario because the U doesn’t endorse Big Gay.
Doctors in Ontario are no longer entitled to refuse to refer unborn children to be killed (“ abortions” is the polite word). They will soon no longer be entitled to refer adult patients for euthanasia.
All this is, in my view, largely the doing of Christian Darwinism and other efforts to accommodate Big Atheism. And the people involved may well be happy stewing away in the mess, as long as they still have their jobs.
Note: This would have been a Sunday story, but there were issues around copying from the .pdf the journal provided that could not be resolved prior to the end of the long weekend (Labour Day). Sorry for any inconvenience.
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