Answers Update: AiG’s weekly email newsletter
November 4, 2006 

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Q: Is recognizing design “enough”?

A: “Enough for what?” you might ask. The Intelligent Design Movement teaches that design in nature points to a designer, but it doesn’t say who the intelligent designer is, and it is compatible with millions of years and evolution. So is belief in intelligent design enough to be saved?

Intelligent design may seem very appealing at first because it brings up some good arguments against the idea that life arose by natural processes. But sadly, the ID movement has little or nothing to do with the Bible.

Believing in design alone doesn’t tell us why there’s death and suffering in the world … or that we all need to be saved. It’s only through God’s Word that we can understand the bad news that Adam’s sin brought—death—and the good news that Jesus Christ, our Redeemer, brought—eternal life with Him.

While Romans 1 tells us that we can know there’s a God through His creation (and that’s an important first step), to understand who that God is and to know His nature and what life is all about, we need to believe and understand God’s Word.

Want to learn “the good, the bad, and the ugly” behind the Intelligent Design Movement? See The Intelligent Design Movement: Does the identity of the Creator really matter?

This week on

October 28: News to Note  <>
October 30: Book review: The Language of God by Francis Collins  <>
October 31: Creation vs. evolution in Poland  <>
November 1: Lucy’s child, “Selam,” from Ethiopia  <>
November 2: The Lie: Introduction  <>
November 2: Richard Dawkins and the “new atheists” come to America  <>
November 3: Feedback: Is the young-earth viewpoint “absurd”?  <>

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