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@ 4:40, Dr_Gary_Hurd wrote:
“Lee Bowman claims that, “academic freedom is my passion.” I don’t know whether to laugh, or snarl. Come to think on it, snarl is more appropriate. Mr. Bowman is an advocate for teaching creationism in schools.“
Care to provide a citation? I’ll send you $100.00 for every quotation by me that states that I favor “teaching creationism in schools” (or anywhere). And if you can supply none, ever heard the term libel?
“He is also a sloppy thinker, and reader. (Alternately, he misrepresents other posts on purpose). For example, he dismissed the clear assertions of religious intent from all the major ID creationism leaders, say that they were out dated. For example, he claimed falsely that Phillip Johnson, and Paul Nelson admitted that there is no ID theory in 1996. “
I had written: “And yes, as stated by Nelson and Johnson (1996), ID is not yet a developed theory.”
Typing off the cuff and by memory, I meant to type: “And yes, as stated by Nelson and Johnson AS EARLY AS 1996, ID is not yet a developed theory.” I was referring to the ‘Mere Creation Conference’, DI’s first, where I had read that they both alluded to ID not being ‘not yet developed’.
In short, I was only summarizing the ID state of affairs, and not referring to the little copy and pastes that you had cited, which I only referenced in passing as being widely cited. Reread the comment at 9:44 to realize that it was only a summation.
But that’s OK, feel free to harp on whatever trivialities you can find to try and make your sophomoric points.
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