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There is a great difference in excellency, usefulness, and comfort between people of clear, digested knowledge, and confused, undigested apprehensions. -Richard Baxter

Dear fortunate result of the primordial soup,

this I received from Michael Behe today (yes, I’m so popular)…if you’d like to attend that Darwin vs. Design conference this weekend at SMU at the reduced rate of $15, you can still sign up with Bonnie.  This whole debate is a hornet’s nest, and while I wouldn’t want to color your perspective before you attend (I can’t say I can articulate either side of the issue without fumbling badly yet), I do think it’s worth a hearing if you have the time to give it.  Anyhoo, here’s Dr Behe:

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I want to take this chance to alert you to an important educational opportunity, that is also a really fun event. April 13-14 I will be speaking at the Darwin vs. Design conference at SMU.

Along with Stephen Meyer and Jay Richards, I will be presenting the case for intelligent design and why I find it such a superior explanation for the complexity of life we see around us than is the Darwinian alternative.

Attendees will have a chance to learn first-hand about intelligent design from the scientists and scholars developing the theory, as well as opportunities to get your questions about intelligent design answered. For more information on speakers, a full agenda and details on how to purchase tickets, go to www.darwinvsdesign.com and click on Dallas April 13-14.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Sincerely,

Michael Behe
Senior Fellow
Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture

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