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|Quote (Glen Davidson @ Nov. 20 2011,10:01)|
|Intelligence is proven to exist, too, and to produce functional structures.|
It's just that God's intelligence is very different, so you'd expect his designs to be very different as well.
So the analogy holds. I mean, except for God's intelligence being so unlike any we've ever seen, and the functional structures being a great deal different from anything we've produced.
Intelligence is proven to exist, but an intelligent designer is not. Plus, which is worse - a scientist appealing to unknown selective advantages? Or an IDist appealing to the unknown/unknowable motives of an unknown/unknowable/undemonstrated designer?
Not that consistency in argument was ever Luskin's forte.