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21. Intelligent Design Topic: Darwinism = evolution + maximal naturalism
is both “thoroughly naturalistic” and “nonteleological.” But which form of naturalism does “thoroughly naturalistic” entail? If only minimal or methodological naturalism, then a number of theistic worldviews
http://www.counterbalance.org/id-hvt/darwi-body.html - 7.7kb

22. Evolution Topic: Darwin's Discovery: Design without Designer
as the result of a natural process, natural selection , without any need to resort to a Creator or other external agent. The origin and adaptation of organisms in their profusion and wondrous variations were thus brought into the realm of
http://www.counterbalance.org/evolution/nodesign-body.html - 5.7kb

23. General Term: Evolutionary Biology
variation and selection. Natural selection was proposed by Charles Darwin in his 1859 publication, The Origin of Species . It is a process that promotes or maintains adaptation by filtering out among the variations in progeny
http://www.counterbalance.org/biogloss/evobio-body.html - 5.9kb

24. Interview: 'Faith and Reason' Transcript
and God's action in natural biological processes should not be any exception to that. MS. WERTHEIM: The controversy over biological evolution began in 1859, when Charles Darwin published his monumental book, On the Origin of Species by
http://www.counterbalance.org/transcript/margaret-body.html - 54.5kb

25. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Richard Dawkins and E.O.Wilson Against t...
to the explanations of the natural sciences...sociobiology can account for the very origin of mythology by the principle of natural selection acting on the genetically evolving material structure of the human brain. If this interpretation is
http://www.counterbalance.org/ghc-redu/richa-body.html - 8.9kb

26. Evolution Topic: Did Darwin lead to Hitler?
to Darwin (such as natural selection makes might right in social policy) were actually not advocated but repudiated by Darwin and his immediate colleagues. Nor have ensuing generations of self-professed Darwinians and modern evolutionary
http://www.counterbalance.org/expelled/didda-body.html - 11.8kb

27. Evolution Topic: The Darwinian Revolution
and discovered the process, natural selection , by which they evolve. But the import of Darwin's achievement is that it completed the Copernican revolution initiated three centuries earlier, and thereby radically changed our conception of the
http://www.counterbalance.org/evolution/revo-body.html - 6.2kb

28. Origins Topic: Ruse on Teaching 'Intelligent Design'
' Related Topics: Natural Theology vs Theology of Nature Dembski: Intelligent Design Coming Clean Van Till on Intelligent Design History of Intelligent Design Darwin's Discovery: Design without Designer
http://www.counterbalance.org/perspevo/pnl4mr-body.html - 3.0kb

29. Evolution Topic: Should ID advocates be expelled?
theory of evolution by natural selection . More red herring. Third, merely lacking an explanation of life’s origin is not evidence for design. [And ID advocates are sophisticated enough to agree with this completely.] One complaint
http://www.counterbalance.org/expelled/shoul-body.html - 12.9kb

30. Intelligent Design Topic: Situating Intelligent Design in the Contemporary D...
there to observe what either natural selection or a designer did in natural history). Intelligent design's historical roots do not ramify through young earth creationism. Rather, our roots go back to the tradition of British natural theology
http://www.counterbalance.org/id-wd/situa-body.html - 13.3kb

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