As Fred Barnes of The Weekly Standard says, Bethell “writes like a dream,” which captures my sentiment.
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.