ChurchmenÂ eager to impress the world continue to twist theology to accommodateÂ evolutionist science.Â Fr. George Coyne, theÂ Jesuit head of the Vatican observatory, says that Darwinism requires that people think of God not as a “designer”Â but asÂ aÂ parent on the sidelinesÂ who is offeringÂ “encouraging words” toÂ earth.
Meanwhile, Pope Benedict XVI has been reiterating the Church’s constantÂ teaching: that nature reflects the intelligence of God. The key quote from the PopeÂ in this story is: “How many people are there today who, fooled by atheism, think and try to demonstrate that it would be scientific to think that everything is without direction and order.”
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