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Pascal Was No Fideist, David J. Baggett Oct 2005

Pascal Was No Fideist, David J. Baggett

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Review: Petre Ţuțea: Between Sacrifice And Suicide (By Alexandru Popescu), Michael S. Jones Aug 2005

Review: Petre Ţuțea: Between Sacrifice And Suicide (By Alexandru Popescu), Michael S. Jones

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Reports Relating To The Fifty-Sixth Annual Meeting Of The Society, James A. Borland Mar 2005

Reports Relating To The Fifty-Sixth Annual Meeting Of The Society, James A. Borland

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Lucian Blaga: An American Pragmatist In Europe?, Michael S. Jones Jan 2005

Lucian Blaga: An American Pragmatist In Europe?, Michael S. Jones

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Empiricism, Edward N. Martin Jan 2005

Empiricism, Edward N. Martin

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Review: There Shall Be No Poor Among You: Poverty In The Bible, Donald L. Fowler Jan 2005

Review: There Shall Be No Poor Among You: Poverty In The Bible, Donald L. Fowler

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Review: Systematic Theology: Prolegomena, James A. Borland Jan 2005

Review: Systematic Theology: Prolegomena, James A. Borland

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Who Believes What? Clearing Up Confusion Over Intelligent Design And Young-Earth Creationism, Marcus R. Ross Jan 2005

Who Believes What? Clearing Up Confusion Over Intelligent Design And Young-Earth Creationism, Marcus R. Ross

Marcus R. Ross

The question of what differentiates young-Earth creationism (YEC) from Intelligent Design (ID) has resulted in inaccurate and confusing terminology, and hinders both understanding and dialogue. Though both YEC and ID groups have drawn distinctions between themselves, previous attempts to classify design-based positions on origins have been unable to adequately resolve their relationships. The Nested Hierarchy of Design, a multiple-character classification system, categorizes teleological positions according to the strength of claims regarding the reality, detectability, source, method, and timing of design, and results in an accurate and robust classification of numerous positions. This method avoids the philosophical and theological pitfalls of ...