Driven by a materialistic agenda, Cosmos shuts up as haunted the tabooed territory of religion’s positive influence on the development of science.
Confronted with the message being broadcast each week on Cosmos, this couldn’t more timely.
Who knew? Evidently, it’s OK now to ignore Darwinism and speak of "design features" in living cells.
The irony of intolerant atheists is remarkable. Are you puzzled by this? Don’t be.
Having heard the rumors that the Russell Crowe $130 million extravaganza was distinctly anti-human and radically environmentalist, I decided to check it out.
It is depressing indeed if a major concern is, “What will the creationists say?”
Among some anti-humanists, a wistfulness for "monsters."
It’s a commonplace, but still true: Despite its pose as a counterweight to faith, materialism is weirdly like a religion.
It’s only when the scientific details are elided or distorted, or creatively reimagined, that materialism can still stand up in light of what we now know.
At Why Evolution Is True Jerry Coyne rebukes the National Center for Science Education for being too chummy with religious people.