jrg13 at psu.edu
Thu Sep 10 17:22:11 EDT 1998
As far as I'm
>concerned, the miracle of metamorphosis is just one of many very convincing
>evidences of divine purpose, a thing that John Grehan has not embraced -
I am agnostic with respect to the "miracle" of metamorphosis providing
evidence of divine purpose.
I do think it to be a huge stretch to suggest that random mutations
>are responsible for this process. Talk about blind faith!
If this is being imputed to John Grehan then Mark is in error as I have
questioned the assumption or paradigm by others that mutations are
> Mutation a "creative force"? I think not. A decay of order, a
>jumbling of information, a mistake of nature. Left to its own, the result
>would be chaos, an eventual decline of life as we know it.
Not according to some geneticists
Isn't this a scientific position?
It might be one scientific position, but not the only one.
Aren't all of the laws of physics in agreement?
Sincerely, John Grehan
More information about the Leps-l