It doesn’t matter where you reside on the globe or what your time zone might be.
Now, it’s even easier to access key information about the book and its main subject, the Cambrian explosion. Here’s the lowdown.
Stephen Meyer’s book continues to have its important impact, making steady, incremental progress just like that of science itself.
That makes Darwin’s Doubt the most reviewed book on the topic of biological origins among those listed on the Amazon website.
As someone who worked for three years at B&N shortly after graduating from college, I know a bit about the inner workings of a chain bookstore.
An Amazon reviewer faults Stephen Meyer’s Signature in the Cell for not discussing the question of “junk” DNA. Actually, he does, in multiple places. Here’s the lowdown.
I’m just back from a busy speaking trip with Steve Meyer and thought I would give a quick recap of one event, in Richmond, Virginia.
While the book is still being largely ignored by the mainstream press, there’s a huge buzz among readers in the real world.
Jonathan Merritt conducts an excellent interview with Dr. Stephen Meyer for Religion News Service.
“I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything” — Charles Darwin to Charles Lyell, October 1, 1861.