This was Kurland's response:
I discovered a short while ago that the Magis Center for Faith and Reason, which is run by a Jesuit metaphysics professor, is promoting the irrational argument for God's existence based on the Big Bang and the fine-tuning of physical constants. The Big Bang is evidence that God does not exist because it is evidence that the universe is not intelligible. The Big Bang is, however, a reason to believe in the Bible because the Bible says in many places that God created the universe from nothing and the human authors knew nothing about the expanding universe and cosmic background radiation. I explain this more fully at: http://ezinearticles.com/?Fallacious-Arguments-That-God-Exists&id=9065995
This is what Kurland said in his email to me:
I was associated with the Magis Center for a while, but I left, because I did not believe that science can "prove" the existence of God.
When I used the term “resign”, it was shorthand for not being actively involved, and I apologize if that led you astray.....We may have a difference in emphasis, but not in fundamental ideas or goals.
I think Dr. Kurland is lying. He knows perfectly well that the scientific arguments for God's existence promoted by the Magis Center are nonsense. This makes the Magis Center guilty of lying.
I am saying you should withdraw your support of the Magis Center because Fr. Spitzer is promoting irrational arguments for God's existence and the authenticity of the Holy Shroud. He is also not behaving responsibly about the absurd article "Entropy and evolution" published in the American Journal of Physics. It will be great if we can have a discussion about these matters. Do you have any ideas about how we should proceed? My experience is that we will need a moderator.