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I don't think it's really helpful by trying to establish the existence of God by pointing to various errors, gaps, discrepancies in a scientific theory such as evolution.If say in a hundred years science is able to fill in those gaps, or create an alternative theory which better explains the facts, then that would mean God doesn't exist.So the real problem with Behe's logic isn't that he can presumably tear apart current theories of evolutionary biology--I will assume that he can, and let's say evolution is a worthless theory--it's that he's basing his argument for the existence of God on that refutation.This is akin to someone walking around with a sign that says, "The world will end in 10 days." On the 11th day, he needs to come up with a new theology.
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