Many evolutionists say we should explain nature only in terms of nature and not with the supernatural. This ultimately results in complete self-reference, which is dangerous in math and logic, and by extension, in science. 1
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ReMine, W. J. (1993). The Biotic Message: Evolution Versus Message Theory. Saint Paul, Minn.: St. Paul Science.
- ReMine, 1993, p. 53: “Evolutionists claim that science must understand nature in terms of nature. This is a task of self-reference. Precisely because of this self-reference, we can expect paradoxes and contradictions. When science tries to ‘explain nature by reference to nature’ it is sailing through dangerous and uncharted waters.”
ReMine previously mentioned the difficulty that self-reference caused logic and mathematics. He states that evolutionists do a similar thing with science. ↩