Thia one will totally amaze you if you haven’t heard about it before. We wrote about it six months ago — see Discovery Institute Claims They Discovered God. As we said then:
Wowie! The identity of the intelligent designer — blessed be he! — has been established! All these years we’ve been following the Discoveroids’ research, and we never dreamed it would come to this.
Today they’re posting about it again at their creationist blog. It’s titled Change the Nation’s Conversation: Pre-Order Stephen Meyer’s Return of the God Hypothesis, and it was written by Klinghoffer. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
If you’re like me, you are watching current events unfold with a mix of dread and agitation. You are fascinated, can’t take your eyes off it. And yet you wish that somehow, someone would change the conversation entirely to something profound and positive. What’s needed is a source of hope. [So true!] Well, relief is at hand, or almost so.
Ooooooooooooh — relief is at hand! Then he says:
The important new book from philosopher of science Stephen Meyer, due out on March 30 this year, is available for pre-order now on Amazon. It’s Return of the God Hypothesis: Three Scientific Discoveries That Reveal the Mind Behind the Universe, in which Dr. Meyer turns the rigorous scientific argument for intelligent design from biology and abiogenesis to the origin and structure of the cosmos.
The “scientific argument” for intelligent design can be used for so many things! Klinghoffer tells us:
He goes further by showing, for the first time in his writing [The first time!], that the scientific evidence points not just to a generic designer but to the transcendent deity known from Western religious tradition. [Gasp! It’s Yahweh!] I can tell you that a huge amount of work and research went into this book. It is going to be huge.
We never would have imagined that the Discoveroids’ scientific research would lead them to this. It’s really amazing! Klinghoffer continues:
The book is not just a source of comfort or inspiration when the country, and the world, needs it most. In the context of our culture, which invokes “science” to defend an increasingly dark and anti-human vision, it’s also a battle cry. It will be resisted.
Yes, those Satanic Darwinists will resist Meyer’s brilliant conclusion. Anyway, Klinghoffer doesn’t say much more — except to urge us to pre-order the book, so we’ll leave him here. But we’re going to have a difficult time dealing with Meyer’s conclusion. It’s so unexpected!
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