It was with a familiar longing that I turned the last page of Dr. Axe’s new book.
An obsession with the availability of elements and building blocks on the early earth dodges the real issue in explaining life.
79 percent of Democrats support teaching the evidence for and against Darwin’s theory, and so do 82 percent of independents and 85 percent of Republicans.
This year, I took my mother into my home for the last five months of her life as she was dying.
The theistic evolutionary group BioLogos has compiled a mixed record in analyzing the Cambrian explosion.
Says A.N. Wilson in the London Spectator, “A truly great book…Fascinatingly clear…Destroys the Darwinian position.”
Let me share with you some of the past day’s correspondence via Twitter that I think you’ll find illustrative.
That was fast. The sound of one hand clapping? Now, it’s no hands.
Whether in inventing a daisy or an enzyme, only intelligence can produce a sophisticated new structure.
Where did the first cell come from? As this research prompts us to recall, it’s a chicken-and-egg problem.