Evolution, the New York Times lectured, is “No more debatable than the multiplication table.” Sound familiar?
You think Adolf Hitler is dead? In a physical sense, yes, but he lives on in ludicrous comparisons that political and cultural partisans seem unable to stop themselves from making.
A central problem for theories of unguided evolution has always been the challenge of building complex biological novelties.
What’s the pivot that turns us toward more traditional solutions, versus the wrongly named “progressive” ones?
The origin and nature of man should be important to any thoughtful human being, of any religion or none.