Follow up on ID and Creationism

I want to call everyone's attention to an earlier essay that goes through ID arguments and traces them to creationist beginnings, written by Jason Rosenhouse. I had not seen this one before writing my post on the subject, but it makes some of the same points and adds several that I did not bring up.

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