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It has nothing to do with religion … honest!

November 6, 2009

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Dembski “uses the Bible” to illustrate a scientific point. From here:

After a time of musical praise and worship, Dembski took the stage and began a clear, concise analysis of the necessity for Intelligent Design studies. He highlighted the similarities and differences between Intelligent Design and Creation Theory and explained why there was a need for both and how science and religion go hand in hand. Dembski’s investigative research and insightful lecture was met with appreciative applause as he concluded with prayer. … The topics that Dembski discussed at The Baptist College of Florida were grounded in Biblical faith and doctrine ranging from Darwinism to Information Theory.

HT to John Pieret

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  1. Wes
    November 6, 2009 at 1:41 pm

    Students were on the edge of their seats recently as leading Intelligent Design advocate William Dembski spoke in the R.G. Lee Chapel at The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville, Florida. Known for his comprehensive research and excellent debating skills, Dembski serves as the Director of the Center of Cultural Engagement and a Research Professor of Philosophy at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas.

    After a time of musical praise and worship, Dembski took the stage and began a clear, concise analysis of the necessity for Intelligent Design studies. He highlighted the similarities and differences between Intelligent Design and Creation Theory and explained why there was a need for both and how science and religion go hand in hand. Dembski’s investigative research and insightful lecture was met with appreciative applause as he concluded with prayer.

    Throughout the day, faculty and students were able to explore Dembski’s research findings as he shared in several classes and during a faculty forum. Several professors combined their classes giving the largest number of students the opportunity to listen and examine the ideas uncovered by Dembski. The topics that Dembski discussed at The Baptist College of Florida were grounded in Biblical faith and doctrine ranging from Darwinism to Information Theory.

    What the hell kind of sycophantic, puff-piece journalism is this? That newspaper should be ashamed of itself.

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