But I bring you Davidson's views because I suspect he is a bellwether for the Discovery Institute and intelligent design, as more scientists learn about them. He was attracted to an institute that embraced both science and religion, yet he found its critique of existing science wrong and its new theory empty.The best thing about this article is the conclusion, which is just fantastic:
I wish this sort of common sense was used more often.
Science is about measuring things, and God is immeasurable, the pastor said.
"It just clicked with me that this whole movement is wrongheaded on all counts," Davidson said. "It's a misuse of science, and a misuse of religion.
"Why can't we just keep the two separate?"
That's a good question, especially coming from someone who believes strongly in both.