Phillip E. Johnson Quote: “Although I insist that God has…”

Although I insist that God has always had the power to intervene directly in nature to create new forms, I am willing to be per-suaded that He chose not to do so and instead employed secondary natural causes like random mutation and natural selection.

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Name: Phillip E. Johnson
Profession: Educator
Nationality: American
Born: 1940
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