Tuesday, August 29, 2006

ID is Creatiionism? Not according to Answers in Genesis

This is Answers in Genesis's (YEC) critique of the ID movement.

5 comments:

Adam Omelianchuk said...

Is there a response somewhere from an ID person to any of this?

Alethes Ginosko said...

this is not a direct response, but he mentions Wielands article.


http://www.discovery.org/scripts/viewDB/index.php?program=CRSC&command=view&id=1329

(sorry, I don't know how to post links)

Andrew Smith said...

If you read William Dembski's introduction to Mere Creation, which I would the ab orignine description for ID, I think you will find it in agreement with all of AiG's statements.

Check out my Blog at
vantilman.blogspot.com,
a new post introducing Van Til for my fiends who have never heard of him is coming up.

Andrew Smith said...

That should read - 'my friends who have never heard of him'.

Not knowing who Van Til is does not necessarily mean you are a fiend. :)

HiveMaker said...

"Our concern with the intelligent design approach probably devolves upon two main factors. First, it is ineffective, no more convincing to evolutionists than is young-earth creationism; second, it is not really a new approach, using basically the same evidence and arguments used for years by scientific creationists but made to appear more sophisticated with complex nomenclature and argumentation." (emphasis added) -- Henry Morris, Institute for Creation Research