from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- A city of northeast Bulgaria on the Danube River south of Bucharest, Romania. Founded as a Roman fortress, it is today a major port and industrial center.
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cityin northeastern Bulgaria
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Bernice Ruse is selling a two-story, colonial brick home in a gated community.
Now, Ruse is catching some flak again, this time from fellow philosopher Daniel Dennett.
As Macht already pointed out, Michael Ruse is himself quite open about his agnosticism, and isn't saying anything about "hiding atheists away".
Ruse is an agnostic philosopher who describes himself as a "hard-line Darwinian", but had made the mistake of co-editing a book on intelligent design with William Dembski, a known ID supporter.
That Dawkins, or Ruse, is an atheist is irrelevant to that point.
Ruse is an example of an atheist neodarwinian who has written a book explicitly arguing that neodarwinism is compatible with Christianity.
Come on people, don't swallow the "Ruse" -- we're smarter than that and we have the wisdom of our forefathers -- use it.
His realistic, detailed linework reminds me of Butch Guice's stuff on Ruse, which is wonderful to see and about the best you can hope for.
"Right after the election, my staff were a little despondent," recalled Ruse, who was passing through Rome last week.
The only comics I've ever actually read month-to-month are "Ex Machina," "Ruse," and