Robert J. Marks II

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...saying the Bible is not a book about science is like saying a cookbook is not a book about chemistry.

Robert J. Marks II (born August 25, 1950) is a Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Baylor University and a proponent of intelligent design.

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  • ...saying the Bible is not a book about science is like saying a cookbook is not a book about chemistry.[1]
  • ...pursuance of truth requires consideration of a creator... [If you] define science to exclude the possibility of a creator....it isn’t a pursuance of truth...[1]
  • The universe as accepted by science in terms of size and age is not big enough or old enough to explain evolution.[1]

References

  1. a b c Jerry Pierce (2008-01-28). Q&A: ‘Expelled’s’ Robert Marks. Retrieved on 2008-02-18.

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