In the book “Character Is Destiny“, Senator John McCain and Mark Salter, in their fourth book together, profile 36 biographies, including Nelson Mandela, Joan of Arc and Charles Darwin. After quoting Darwin in relation to the richness and diversity of life on Earth, these authors declared:
“I don’t see why that magnificence excludes religious faith from its interpretation“
In the same Chapter of their book, Senator John McCain and Mark Salter addressed evolutionists by telling them to allow other colleagues (both, researchers and teachers) their right for the
“perception of divine purpose“
Finally, talking about the same scientists and academics that believe in God, Sen. McCain and Salter told evolutionists to let
“the faithful see the hand of God in nature“
So, what is wrong with that?
From: Lyric Wallwork Winik, Intelligence Report, Parade, p. 15, Oct. 30, 2005.
Tucson Region. McCain sounds like presidential hopeful . By C.J. Karamargin
Arizona Daily Star. Tucson, Arizona | Published: 08.24.2005
On Tuesday, though, he [McCain] sided with the president on two issues that have made headlines recently: teaching intelligent design in schools and…
McCain told the Star that, like Bush, he believes “all points of view“ should be available to students studying the origins of mankind.
The theory of intelligent design says life is too complex to have developed through evolution, and that a higher power must have had a hand in guiding it.
Information found at:
Doubting Darwin. The Intelligent Design Website of Samuel S. Chen. Website focused on the philosophical, political, and educational implications of intelligent design and evolution.
Comments on “Perception of Divine Purpose”
Evolution is the hand of God in nature. What’s wrong with your letting God be God, and sticking to your own knitting?
Certainly the God of the Bible is sovereign. Pardon us if we don’t accept a god of your invention for promulgating your idolized worship of Darwinism.
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