Fire and water — could there be a more iconic dual symbol of the way our world, or its designer, saw us coming and carefully prepared the way?
Unlike chemistry or physics, evolutionary biology is politically weaponized science.
The evolution debate doesn’t simply stand alone, isolated from other controversies like the one about climate change.
Yesterday we reported that Wikipedia editors erased the entry for distinguished paleontolgist Günter Bechly, a proponent of the theory of intelligent design.
I’m reading Brown’s new Robert Langdon novel, Origin. There’s a decent chance you are too.
This is a big deal, and a reminder of a key dynamic in the debate about intelligent design.
As John West points out, the new documentary Revolutionary serves as an entry point for considering the case for intelligent design in nature.
Certain subjects, all posing ultimate questions, reduce much of scientific talk to pablum. Why do you think that is?
For years they have been gravely advising their fellow Christians that science rules out belief in a historical first pair of human beings.
The attribution of superpowers to coming generations of AI machines has entered self-parody territory.