As much as a believer in evolution as I am, I do believe also in 'intelligent design'. which to me simply means that the laws governing the universe are simply too elegant and too beautiful to be an accident (including those laws that govern evolution). Perhaps we can start to look at the relationship between science and belief as a partnership, instead of a competition.
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May 11, 2009 @ 1:22 PM
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