. . . because I already know what it says: Evolution is true. . .creationism is simply bad theology. . . but science doesn’t tell us everything. . . two magisteria. . .scientism rampant and horrible. . . isn’t it marvelous that God chose evolution as His way of creating life, and, after all, doesn’t that make perfect sense?. . .and it’s such a terribly dramatic, story too. . . God just loves a good story. . . . . blah blah blah
The worst part is that Haught apparently tries to rehabilitate that pompous Jesuit fraud, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, who believed in directed evolution (read Peter Medawar’s wonderful deflation of Teilhard de Chardin’s The Phenomenon of Man).