Barash even publishes his sermon notes in the New York Times so no one can miss what he’s doing in his classroom.
A student in David Barash’s class might feel a bit like David facing Goliath — even though Goliath, in this case, happens to be named David.
A University of Washington evolutionary biologist brags that he works to destroy faith in his classes.
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Novelist joins a distinguished list of stereotype-shattering free thinkers.
Delving into physics and metaphysics, Sproul and Mathison argue that chance is not an explanation of anything.
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In conversation with our Darwinist interlocutors, there’s a basic non-meeting of minds. For them, ID doesn’t make sense, as if the language itself that we use were incomprehensible.
Actually, it is somewhat unusual during the reign of naturalism for so much dissent to come from within the discipline, as it has in neuroscience.
After reading my article about MN, a correspondent wrote and asked a good question.