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1. Intelligent Design Topic: Must All the Design in the Natural World Be Front-...
halfway house between theism (with its informationally open universe) and naturalism (which insists the universe remain informationally closed). There are no good reasons to require that the design of the universe must be front-loaded.
http://www.counterbalance.org/id-wd/musta-body.html - 11.5kb

2. Intelligent Design Topic: Nature's Formational Economy
an open question for generic theism whether for God to deliver gifts all at once is in some way preferable to God delivering them over time. The question remains whether this is an open question for specifically Christian theism. Van Till after all
http://www.counterbalance.org/id-wd/natur-body.html - 16.5kb

3. Intelligent Design Topic: Cards on the Table
design are not limited to theism . I personally have found an enthusiastic reception for my ideas not only among traditional theists like Jews, Christians, and Muslims, but also among pantheists, New-Agers, and agnostics who don't hold their
http://www.counterbalance.org/id-wd/index-body.html - 13.9kb

4. Evolution Topic: Is Evolution Wedded to Atheism?
is necessarily wedded to atheism. The movie takes a very clear stand on this crucial question. Despite what some compromisers “would lead us to believe,” Ben Stein says, it “appears Darwinism does lead to atheism.” This is
http://www.counterbalance.org/expelled/isevo-body.html - 13.2kb

5. Intelligent Design Topic: Getting Acquainted With the ID Vocabulary
Naturalistic theism builds its worldview on the premise that there is a God who acts purposefully and effectively in the world, but this divine action is always persuasive and never coercive. In contrast to the several forms of
http://www.counterbalance.org/id-hvt/getti-body.html - 8.0kb

6. Divine Action Topic: Barbour, Ian G. “Five Models of God and Evolution....
omnipotent God of classical theism and the absentee God of deism. God is present in the unfolding of every event, but God never exclusively determines the outcome. This is consistent with the theme of God’s self-limitation in contemporary
http://www.counterbalance.org/ctns-vo/barbo-body.html - 8.9kb

7. Divine Action Topic: Clifford, Anne M. “Darwin’s Revolution in the...
rationalistic Christian theism coupled to a limited body of scientific data. He challenged Paley’s watchmaker analogy that assumed a God of radical sovereignty and a passive and static world. What might we find to replace it? McFague
http://www.counterbalance.org/ctns-vo/cliff-body.html - 7.7kb

8. Intelligent Design Topic: Darwinism = evolution + maximal naturalism
and open to various forms of theism. But if the characterization of “nonteleological” entails the rejection of purpose or intention at all levels of consideration, then “Darwinism” is once again functioning effectively as a
http://www.counterbalance.org/id-hvt/darwi-body.html - 7.7kb

9. Divine Action Topic: Polkinghorne, John. “The Laws of Nature and the La...
theism ,” eternity and time are bound together in the divine nature. God cannot know the future, since the future is not there to be known. The divine kenosis thus includes an emptying of God’s omniscience .
http://www.counterbalance.org/ctns-vo/polki1-body.html - 6.8kb

10. Science and Religion Topic: Stephen Meyer: The New Cosmology: Theistic Impl...
If theism and the Judeo-Christian view of creation are true, then we have reason to expect evidence of a finite universe. We have evidence of a finite universe . Therefore, we
http://www.counterbalance.org/cosmcrea/meyer-body.html - 19.1kb

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