The wisdom of the ancients is being confirmed, not refuted, by the discoveries of modern science.
It’s a mantra among defenders of orthodox Darwinian theory: There is no debate about evolution.
I believe the unremitting assault on unique human value — animal rights, nature rights, transhumanism, bioethics — aims to break the spine of Judeo-Christian moral philosophy.
Neil Shubin and his team are at it again, suggesting that Tiktaalik was a fish with a “wrist.”
It was a fitting end, in keeping with what we’ve seen already in the series.
Though among the simplest of organisms, Bacteria synthesize hundreds of different organic compounds. The genes for these chemical factories defy evolutionary ancestry.
Darwinian theory proposes that the astoundingly intricate machinery of the cell developed step by tiny step, by natural selection acting on random mutation.
In the case presented by advocates of Darwinian evolution, vestigial organs are a star in the firmament, frequently and gloatingly pointed to.
A Darwinian paradigm assumes that biological systems are cobbled together haphazardly by natural selection over eons of unguided descent with modification.
Don’t miss a nifty Wall Street Journal piece today, that’s important too, by our friend Eric Metaxas.