A curious anniversary falls this weekend.
I find troubling Singer’s barometer of human worth — tied to self-awareness — leading as it does to dangerous nonsense.
Journalist Daniel Engber discusses the theory that Charles Darwin engaged in intellectual theft or plagiarism.
When Oswald Spengler read Darwin’s Origin, he thought the conflation of biology and economics reeked of the English factory.
Dr. Weikart’s new book is out today and it needs to be read by everyone because it involves everyone.
I have used the term as an accurate description of his idea of a thoroughly teleological form of evolutionary theory.
The ban on ID reminds us that, for all its happy talk of networking, connection, and outreach, the United Methodist Church is in trouble.
I would like to consider the relevant resolutions as well as the foundations of Methodist theology, in the form of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral.
If one figure can be identified as the founder of ID, Anaxagoras may well fit the bill.
“Our quickly fattening pigs, short-legged sheep, pouter pigeons, and poodle dogs could never have come into existence in a state of nature.”