Stephen Meyer and Eric Metaxas whet your appetite for next month’s Socrates in the City conversation, in Dallas.
A scientific theory that on principle refuses to see the obvious is an achievement of which only humans are capable.
For theists to eschew the claim that life is designed is puzzling, because nothing seems to force them to adopt that counterintuitive stance.
Scientism is ubiquitous and highly destructive. Dr. Moreland calls it “evil,” and explains why it actually stands in conflict with good science.
Whether in Warner Bros. cartoons, old jokes, or on Twitter, a good deal of humor has been derived from supposing that animals could talk.