Author: Jonathan Witt
Evolution’s Tall Tale — The Giraffe Neck
The engineering marvel that is the giraffe, long neck and all, was intelligently designed.
In Pope Benedict XVI, Science Had a Friend and Neo-Darwinism a Foe
That Benedict meant to implicate neo-Darwinism in its flight from evidence is not mere wishful thinking on the part of the design community.
New Book Explores Darwinian Racism, Then and Now
To hear some tell it, Adolf Hitler was a Christian creationist who rejected Darwinian evolution.
Return of the Rafting Monkeys: Why Biogeography Is No Friend of Common Descent
Evolutionists have to propose, for instance, that Old World monkeys rafted across the Atlantic from Africa to South America on a natural raft.
Evolutionary Psychology: Checkered Past, Checkered Present
If we want to effectively explain human behavior in all its messy richness, we would do well to look beyond this box of just-so stories.