Dear SirI had to giggle at this comment:
Thank you for your message. The Behe lecture is being rescheduled, details of which will be announced early next week.
The Difficult Dialogue series has presented a healthy spectrum of views concerning faith, reason and their roles in discovering knowledge. Dr. Behe’s views are part of that spectrum, as are the vastly different views presented by Dr. Miller, Dr. Scott, Dr. Dawkins, Judge Jones and Dr. Guinness. We hope you enjoy the series.
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Dr. Behe’s views are part of that spectrum, as are the vastly different views presented by Dr. Miller, Dr. Scott, Dr. Dawkins, Judge Jones and Dr. Guinness.I think the content of my email may have prompted that response.
The views on Intelligent Design were certainly not "vastly different". The only speaker who would have supported ID was Guinness, and his lecture didn't pertain to ID.
And, though these lectures were supposedly set up to dialogue about "faith and reason", the resounding message was an attempt to refute the Intelligent Design movement.
Added in edit:
Just received another email:
I have just been informed that the Michael Behe lecture is being rescheduled. It will be December 7 at 1:00 pm at the Crafton-Pryer Theatre (Murphy Hall). He will also be involved with a panel discussion here at the Hall Center at 3:30 that afternoon.Ugh... 1:00 pm - in the middle of the work day. But, the good news is that he will be involved in the panel discussion as well. I'll have to take the afternoon off work for this one.