I found Richard E. Hogue's letter ("Intelligent design debate divisive," Sept. 19) an interesting letter, and well-written about a subject we all, Christian and non-Christian, struggle to cope with.
At the possible cost of bringing down much criticism upon this old head, wouldn't it be ironic if, when we do finally get an audience with our Heavenly Father and ask him about intelligent design vs. evolution, he surprises us by telling us it is one and the same - that he took a lot more time to create things than was recorded?
I think the time slot is what might be causing all the disagreement about this. Could it be that the Scriptures are indeed true when it says that one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years one day?
Just a thought.
Newt Goldman, Augusta