DNA: The Message in the Message

Pearcey, Nancy R.
June 1996
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul1996, Issue 64, p13
Criticizes the reluctance of Christians who work in the natural sciences to invoke divine action in any way in science. Limitations of science according to Stephen M. Barr; Discussion of the argument that the mind can not be explained by known laws of physics; Role of the level of complexity in DNA in the decision of researchers to abandon chance theories of the origin of life; Evidence of the role of an intelligent agent in the creation of the DNA molecule.


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