Tag: Hans Vodder
Of Statues and Sponges — Progress in My Conversation with a Theistic Evolutionist
Only by sheer coincidence would blind factors produce such remarkable things, and coincidence is never that lucky.
Keeping the Debate Over Undeniable on Track
Hans Vodder is a friend with whom I’ve been enjoying an unfolding discussion for well over a year.
Why the Conclusion that Life Is Designed Really Is Inescapable
For theists to eschew the claim that life is designed is puzzling, because nothing seems to force them to adopt that counterintuitive stance.
Evolution by Blind Guidance Is Really Just Unguided Evolution
As a theistic evolutionist, Hans Vodder thinks God may well have used Darwinian evolution to create the full diversity of life.
Two Views of Evolution, and Why They Don’t Mix
If he chose to, could God use a sandstorm to turn a block of marble into a representation of the human form that would put Michelangelo’s David to shame?