Whatever else might be said of Ruse and his work, like all his books this one is worth having on the shelf.
Ruse’s chronological snobbery might be forgiven if the claims he makes for Darwinism can be unequivocally substantiated.
For Ruse, “Darwin is like Moses” who “led his children [himself among them] to the Promised Land but never got there himself.”
Dr. Meyer turns to physics and cosmology, permitting him to draw the stunning conclusion of a personal God acting at the beginning of existence.
What makes the Summer Seminars so special? Last year Emily Kurlinski talked with a graduate, “Mary,” who is pursuing her own research in the world of academia.