„It’s time to rescue "intelligent design" from the politics of religion. There are too many riddles not yet answered by either biology or the Bible, and by asking them honestly, without foregone conclusions, science could take a huge leap forward.“

"Intelligent Design Without the Bible" in The Huffington Post (23 August 2005) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/deepak-chopra/intelligent-design-withou_b_6105.html

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