Stephen Meyer has aligned himself in spirit with the geologist Charles Lyell, who explained geological features “by reference to causes now in operation.”
The wet-washcloth sensation of puppy tongue on baby cheeks is part of the baby’s evidence that Puppy exists.
Croft ultimately had the worse of the argument on substance, as I intend to show over several forthcoming posts.
There’s a gaping God-shaped hole in both Krauss and Peterson’s particular ways of spinning all this.
Stephen Meyer opens his new book with a memorable anecdote about debating Krauss live while battling a fierce migraine.