At Colorado State University, I was impressed by a question from a boy who was about 13 years old.
Dr. Weikart’s new book, The Death of Humanity, is an important study of the erosion of the most basic values in the Judeo-Christian tradition of the West.
This year marks the hundredth anniversary of the start of World War I — and this past week provided a terrible reminder that conflicts stirred by the war remain with us.
Consider this sample of publications that have appeared since Eugenie Scott put her warning label on the term “Darwinism.”
“I admire the workman in the details of his work, and I am quite certain that all these wheels only work together in this fashion for some common end which I cannot perceive.”