Only a Theory

Only a Theory - Only a Theory By: Kenneth R. Miller Kelly...

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Only a Theory By: Kenneth R. Miller Kelly Gerdeman 922984062 Intelligent design is basically a scientific term for “was created by a higher being”, like god. From what I understand intelligent design is another word for creationism. The book Only a Theory defines creation with the term mans that the various forms of life began abruptly through an intelligent creator, with their distinctive features already intact, the definition of intelligent design that the book only a theory gives is means that the various forms of life began abruptly through an intelligent agency with distinctive features already intact. Scientists refuse to use a higher being like god as an explanation as to how or why things happen, they don’t view intelligent design as a scientific term. I don’t find anything wrong with this they are just trying to figure as much out about how life started on earth and why. Intelligent design was introduced to schools as something to replace creationism as a theory, an atheist friendly term if you will. The difference between evolution and intelligent design is that the theory of evolution states that everything today evolved from one small cell that doubled and evolved into every living organism on earth, this took billions of years. Intelligent design states that everything has been created, meaning that a
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course BIO 212 taught by Professor Mayfield during the Spring '10 term at Iowa State.

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