Clearly, the questions he and I have discussed are not only of scientific or academic interest, but instead go to the root of life’s meaning and purpose.
If I had written this book, I would have concluded with a final chapter that began with a verse from the book of Genesis.
England begins by describing how his book interweaves the discussion of the science of life with his Orthodox Jewish faith.
Paul Kecskemeti’s analysis perfectly describes the challenge faced by anyone who wishes to publicly tell the truth about the evidence for design.
A reader must ask if an RNA molecule could possibly govern chemical reactions, suppress free-riders, support co-operators, and act in its own self-interest.