(H/T Telic Thoughts, as usual)
A post here about some of the theological implications of evolution/ID/creationism. I guess I would agree with the theology of the original article. It is worth pointing out, however, that just because the media version of the creationist/ID God is limited by assumptions of deism doesn't mean that mine ever was. I have been pointing out for some time, for example, that the designer doesn't logically require a designer, so the "who designed the designer?" question need not be well-founded.
Good points, well made. However, since theology is "study without an object" and "the emperor has no clothes", I have little doubt that the article and review will stir no interest amongst the new atheists, those people who might have most to gain from reading it.