A bit confused are you? The age of the earth has nothing to do with ID.....
your confusing your groups
What could Noah's flood have to do with our origin? Although to hear the
global warming zealots such a flood might happen<G>.
ID would have no inherent trouble supporting the BIG BANG......... What you
have done is consistently confused creationists or young earthers (a very
small group of Christian believers) with ID'rs
That is primarily what ID'rs believe
Maybe if you first found out what ID was and was not you might have a
different understanding......young earth it is not.....Rod
someone starts to point out the illogicalities in the ID thinking, to simply
aver that ID isn't that. In fact, the predominant proponents of ID adhere
to the Adam and Eve creation, Garden of Eden, Noah and the flood and all the
animals, etc. description of ID. If you've got a different version of ID,
spell it out and explain why the fundamentalist Christian view is wrong.
No, you did not point out any illogicalities...in fact you pointed out
nothing of substance ....as you misidentified the very group you were
attempting to illuminate. For sake of clarity young-earthers believe in a
literal biblical origin, with a 7day creation, Adam, Noah's flood etc. all
only a few thousand years ago. Where-as Intelligent design (try reading Hugh
Ross) http://www.reasons.org/ proposes much of "mainstream science"
albeit with a creator whom started it all......The two groups do not agree
with each other (sometimes loudly) nor should they be confused with each
the biblical variety, suspiciously like the concept of Creationism. Just to
be clear, however, for you,
Intelligent Design means that you:
-- DISAGREE with the concepts of Creationism and
-- DISAGREE with the viewpoint of Intelligent Design as a Supreme Being who
created the earth 6-10K years ago, and with the religious list of
personalities that were involved
-- AGREE with the work done in "mainstream science" which pertains to such
things as gravity, energy, speed-of-light, etc.
-- is that right?
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