Maybe he believes his goal of persuading non-scientists doesn’t call for the facts to be handled with the care his scientific colleagues expect.
As important as parenting is, it should be a temporary undertaking.
A colleague of mine — a former Darwinist who now sees life as designed — told me how he came to change his view several years ago.
People aren’t stupid. Science is a public enterprise, and public acceptance has always been its most significant seal of approval.
In August 2004 I received an email inquiry from plant biologist Art Hunt. He had written a draft for a blog piece reviewing a research article of mine.