Essay:Evolution and intelligent design

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The theory of evolution is merely a religion that serves to discredit the Intelligent Designer Himself. [1]

Phillip E. Johnson told NOVA:

The theory of evolution may be true in a sense, but it may require the participation of an intelligent cause. That is the basic intelligent-design proposition—that unintelligent causes by themselves can't do the whole job. That doesn't say that everything was created all at once. [2]

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