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How do creationists address the similarity between Irreducible Complexity and God Of The Gaps?

Fair question. But your construction of the IC argument doesn't quite capture its essence. IC doesn't say "We don't know how it would work with only 9, therefore God." Rather, it says, "This complex ...
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Is suffering a proof against intelligent design?

No I don't really have references for this I will just answer it by logic alone. The atheist is making quite a few assumptions to make the leap from suffering to no Intelligent Designer (or indeed God)...
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How do creationists address the similarity between Irreducible Complexity and God Of The Gaps?

This is a good question and deserves a better, more complete, answer than I attempt here. This is just a stab at one particular answer. What do we actually "know" about anything, and how do we "...
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How do creationists address the similarity between Irreducible Complexity and God Of The Gaps?

"Isn't this a God of the gaps argument?" I'm going to answer this in a way that reveals the soft underbelly of the counter argument, along with showing that ultimately - it's not about what we know, ...
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How do creationists address the similarity between Irreducible Complexity and God Of The Gaps?

That is an interesting comparison. Irreducibly complex assumes you know the components it takes to make up a functional machine, biological or otherwise. It’s not necessary to know it’s function but ...
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