Francis Schaeffer described what he called the “line of despair,” an assumption that faith and reason are separated from each other permanently.
Of course, there’s a page on the subject, and you guessed it, they deceptively minimize the theme of eugenics and racism in the book.
It’s always refreshing to find a journalist who has thought through the scientific issues related to intelligent design for himself.
Writing with Arthur Herman, he proposes a cheap and technologically very attainable alternative to waiting passively to see what comes of North Korea’s growing ICBM collection.
A universe from nothing, for materialists, may be the single largest problem, among a variety of others.