Saturday, July 15, 2006

A thought about creationism

George Gilder writes in the July 17th issue of the National Review (his italics):
"As I pondered this materialist superstition, it became increasingly clear to me that in all the sciences I studied, information comes first, and regulates the flesh and the world, not the other way around. The pattern seemed to echo some familiar wisdom. Could it be, I asked myself one day in astonishment, that the opening of St. John's Gospel, In the beginning was the Word, is a central dogma of modern science?"
Ironically, Mr Gilder doesn't seem to realize that all of Christianity is based on a tautology. In the beginning was the Word; the Word is what was in the beginning.


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