"Should Methological Naturalism Constrain Science?"
"Could we not sensibly conclude, for example, that God created life, or human life, or something else specially? (I do not say we should conclude that: I only suggest that we could, and should if that is what the evidence most strongly suggests.)"Cited by Lennox in God's Undertaker p190 in his discussion of "God of the gaps".
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"Modern science was conceived, and born, and flourished in the matrix of Christian theism. Only liberal doses of self-deception and double-think, I believe, will permit it to flourish in the context of Darwinian naturalism."
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