Joined: Oct. 2006
I need some quick help. I'm trying to find a document I saw online a couple of years ago. Can't find it now (later I started saving this stuff.)
It was written by Dembski about the time the Polanyi center was being considered/set up. As I recall, he was justifying it to the leaders of Baylor (or somebody).
As I recall, in it there is a part where he says something to the effect that ultimately the purpose of science is to describe the natural world.
Invoking intelligent design in science is like invoking gremlins in engineering. [after Mark Isaak.]
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