DC 2010 Release - The Origin of Life and its many misquotes

by Designer Stubble 44 Replies latest watchtower bible

  • ballistic

    Although I am not familiar with Behe, he does sound typical of one who the watchtower would quote (no offense). Hoyle was slightly off the wall and believed in extra terrestrial spawned original of life, etc. These alternative theories hold the door open to much quoting and misquoting in my opinion.

  • cantleave

    Nice work

  • Caedes
    I have just finished reading Behe's "Darwin's Black Box" - excellent reading...so why not give it a try. (sic)

    The Oldhippie,

    I won't, because Behe admitted in court that for intelligent design to be taught as 'science' the definition of the word would be so broad that astrology would count as science too. The man doesn't do science by any accepted definition of the word. So if you like fake, technical sounding books that might be mistaken for real science, Behe is your man.

  • Doubting Bro
    Doubting Bro

    marking for reference, thanks for the hard work.

  • unique1

    This is why they don't want you going to college!

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