As technology allows us to delve ever deeper into the inner workings of the cell, we continue to find layer-upon-layer of complexity. DNA, in particular, is an incredibly complex information-bearing molecule that bears the hallmarks of design.
The “morality” that Michael Ruse describes, and thinks he explains, has little to do with what just about every person actually thinks morality is.
When the facts are fairly assessed, we see that the issues Virelli raises pose no challenge to teaching evolution scientifically and objectively in public schools.
Ever wonder how butterflies flash brilliant colors from their wings? It’s not done with pigment. Instead, butterflies use a trick of light that sounds like something out of Star Trek: “photonic crystals.”
The authors tell us that brain scans show us that man made God rather than God making man. It’s hard to make this stuff up.