Category: Culture & Ethics
What We Can’t Not Know
If you were to read only one book explaining and defending natural law, I would recommend J. Budziszewski’s What We Can’t Not Know: A Guide.
Intelligent Design & the Fear of Death
The other night my oldest son and I watched the 1922 silent horror film Nosferatu, an early cinematographic take on the Dracula story that includes many haunting images.
Can a Computer Think?
The Turing test isn’t a test of a computer. Computers can’t take tests, because computers can’t think. The Turing test is a test of us. If a computer “passes” it, we fail it.
Review of Saving Leonardo
We often focus on individual issues: The latest headline on faith in science in public schools, the latest research paper on biological systems, or the latest book on evolutionary theory. We live in a world of fast-paced news and sound bites. How often do we step back and think about why these issues are in the news?
NPR Describes Way it Covers Science
What NPR has decided is that there is only one correct side to the issue and that the critics will be heard only in the political content of the debate, not the scientific.