Mark Shea is rocking the boat on Intelligent design again. He accuses others of beliefs they don't hold, as I did in the headline above.
I'm not sure how much to credit what he has to say, because I think he relishes exagerating and mischaracterizing people's arguments, beingmore interested in the controvesy than he is interested in actually determining the truth.
But he's veering towards Sugenis territory the more he talks intelligent design.
My favorite is when he recycled Michael Behe's old argument about being able to see that Mt Rushmore is designed. He says, We don't look at Mt. Rushmore and think 'the wind did that'. We immediately intuit design. So this one is designed, too, right?