C. S. Lewis Would Not Have Been an Intelligent Design Advocate

(HT: Dangerous Idea)

That’s the conclusion drawn by Asbury University philosopher Michael L. Peterson. You can read Professor Peterson’s essay here. I think Peterson is correct, for many of the same reasons I offer in my analysis of ID. (See my blog post here)

My chapter in the new book, Reason, Revelation, and the Civic Order: Political Philosophy and the Claims of Faith
Benedict, Dawkins, and the Fullness of Reason
Dr. J., Religion, and the Bigotry of Superficial Sophistication
On "Slippery Slopes": A Response to Richard Mouw

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