Natural theology is the science of God’s existence, and it’s a massive trove of evidence and reason of the first order.
Their conversation is so full of treasures, it’s hard to distill it down to an essence. But I’ll try.
It is, I believe, a revelation about our scientific culture and particularly about the trust we should place in a “science consensus” that should shake us to our bones.
There’s an inviting coziness about this time of year, perfect for shutting the computer down, putting the accursed iPhone away, and retreating to the beauty of printed pages.
Anyone who’d spoken up, says Professor Egnor, would likely have lost his career. He points to a striking parallel.