The question is, how do you write a book with no obvious intelligence - designed or not - displayed?
(He's celebrating his 80th birthday I hear . . . . whoopee.)
Benedict XVI, in his first extended reflections on evolution published as pope, says that Darwin's theory cannot be finally proven and that science has unnecessarily narrowed humanity's view of creation — but stopped short of endorsing intelligent design.
And to think there are millions of "believers" around the world that look to this person for guidance.
Amazing . . . .