Trilobites, crinoids, brachiopods, and more bear his name. But a colleague introduces some telling confusions into a remembrance.
McDowell is a Christian apologist, but his latest suggestions for summer reading aren’t all, or even mostly, apologetics.
Dr. Seung-Yop Lee’s reading of Jonathan Wells’s new book, Zombie Science: More Icons of Evolution, precipitated the comments.
Here’s my quick take on the goings on, and on a Dallas Morning News story.
Zombie Science by Jonathan Wells releases tomorrow, April 18. That’s just four days before the March.
The headline is a pro-evolution gloss unwarranted by the findings.
The idea serves as a good plot device, but don’t be fooled: fine-tuning points to intelligent design.
Last week, I testified in Austin, Texas, about the latest skirmish over how evolution is taught in Texas public high schools.
A familiar canard is that intelligent design isn’t science because it makes no testable claims or predictions.
James Hutton, the father of modern geology, first propounded the idea.