[Is The Conclusion That The Universe Was Designed - And That The Design Extends Deeply Into Life - Science, Philosophy, Religion, Or What? In A Sense It Hardly Matters. By Far The Most Important Question Is Not What Category We Place It In, But Whether A Conclusion Is True. A True Philosophical Or Religious Conclusion Is No Less True Than A True Scientific One. Although Universities Might Divide Their Faculty And Courses Into Academic Categories, Reality Is Not Obliged To Respect Such Boundaries.]

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