In The Abolition of Man, C.S. Lewis expressed his hope that a reformation of science could be brought about by scientists.
Consider this book an invitation to think more deeply about the growing power of science in the public square by drawing on the timeless wisdom of C.S. Lewis.
Journalists are trained not to resort to stereotypes in their reporting, but that training seems to be thrown out the door when they cover intelligent design.
Ball State University has responded to Discovery Institute’s letter of complaint about its ban on intelligent design.
The New York Times used to be a serious newspaper. But its latest article on the science textbook adoption process reads more like a press release than an impartial news article.