Richard Dawkins still nowhere to be found, the head of the British Humanist Association agrees to vindicate the honor of atheists everywhere.
New BioLogos video attacking intelligent design is short on substance, long on personal attacks.
That’s what a fellow atheist is now suggesting because Dawkins is refusing to debate one of his most articulate critics, philosopher and theologian William Lane Craig.
Inherit the Wind’s mythical treatment of the Scopes trial gets a boost from Christianity Today, while the new feature film Alleged tries to set the record straight.
Giberson and Collins appeal to authority but admit the evidence is all that matters, claim that anti-Darwin literature uses “outdated” arguments when their own book uses outdated arguments for evolution, and Giberson lacks the same qualifications of those Darwin-doubting scientists whose qualifications he attacks. Why are they making these weak, non-scientific, and self-contradictory arguments?