The argument here for intelligent design could not be simpler or clearer.
It may start with curing disease. But it won’t stay there. Many are drooling to engage in eugenic genetic enhancements.
Ask evolutionists for a clear, unambiguous example of a new gain in function by chance at the genetic level. They will be hard pressed to show one.
The degree of regulation and control required for this system is not only enormous, but contrary to evolutionary expectations.
It is homicide: no different in outcome — i.e., killing — from if the doctor shot the patient in the head.
Here’s a fair question: Why do I prattle on so much about scholastic philosophy? Of what genuine relevance is it to intelligent design?
He helped get Ben Stein de-platformed as a commencement speaker at the University of Vermont over — you guessed it — Stein’s take on evolution.
The American specialist finally allowed by the courts to examine Charlie Gard apparently concluded that the baby is now beyond his help.