The 1P don't say. It doesn't appear to be a concern for them. That could be why all
the sciences are represented in the curriculum at BYU (in fact, BYU's evolutionary
biologists are leading "cladists," a sub-specialty in the field). Also, I don't
seem to see "all that disagreement" that you talk about. Science is forever
tentative -- it always changes. This is its nature. It's normal.
"John W. Redelfs" wrote:
> At 08:37 PM, Friday, 11/1/02, Marc A. Schindler wrote:
> >Then perhaps you should follow the counsel of the brethren and learn how:
> >I quote
> >again, "Leave geology, biology, archaeology, and anthropology, no one of
> >has to do with the salvation of the souls of mankind, to scientific research".
> >Nowhere does it say they're wrong, it says to leave them to the experts.
> And just who are these experts, and why do they so rarely agree with each
> other? All that disagreement hardly enhances the credibility of their
> claims. --JWR
Marc A. Schindler
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