Dr. Luskin makes the interesting observation that the New Atheists took off initially following the Dover ruling, seemingly fueled by it.
In just 18 minutes, Miller lays to rest any reasonable doubts that our universe must have had a beginning. As in, “In the beginning.”
Just imagine — in something as humble as a rock. Could, in fact, anything be humbler, more readily scorned until you look a little closer?
Chemist James Tour at Rice University calls the book a “heroic encyclopedic work.”
There’s a time for gentle and friendly conversations with atheist and Darwinian interlocutors, and a time for a more, shall we say, pugilistic approach.