Science, Theology, & the Consideration of Intelligent Design
by John Mark Reynolds
My son Ian loves Disneyland. Several weeks ago, he loved it so much that he decided to stay. Our four-year-old wandered away from us in a store. We spent the next twenty minutes looking for him. When he was discovered, appropriately enough, near Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride, we were relieved. We found him sitting in the middle of a group of doting Disneyland cast members. He was wearing new mouse ears with his name on them and was carrying a brand-new Mickey Mouse plush toy. His brother and sisters were not amused.
We were so happy to see him that we could not punish him. Carrying him out to the car, his m . . .
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