Daily Archives: 06/11/2011

If you need a miracle, why not do it twice?

I’ve been wading through the recent tome edited by Bruce Gordon and Bill Dembski, The Nature of Nature. It’s a tour de force indeed, though every reader is bound to find whole areas of discussion where their eyes glaze over from incomprehension. That’s no bad thing if it reminds us how little we know even when we think we’re well educated. So far, the piece that’s intrigued me most is Fazale Rana’s essay on molecular convergence, simply because I was unaware of the extent of this (and, of course, because I actually understood it, which helps). What most unsettled me was his drawing our attention to the confusing origins of … Continue reading

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