This is a subject on which materialists are largely silent, and with good reason.
When disagreement leads to genuine dialogue, good things are bound to follow.
The fact that evolution is both important and “controversial” is one reason we strongly favor teaching it thoroughly in high school biology classes.
Faced with impossible odds, materialists struggle to find natural laws that can fold a protein correctly the way life does.
Boudewijn Chabot is the Netherlander psychiatrist who assisted the suicide of a deeply depressed woman who wished to die after the demise of her two children.
A fundamental hurdle facing all origin-of-life theories is the fact that the first cell must have had a free energy far greater than its chemical precursors.
I am struck by the similarities between Hawking’s call for space exploration and the wailing and gnashing of teeth about the Paris climate accords.
To call him this is an irony, I realize, since the University of Houston evolutionary biologist and Junk DNA diehard is a flaming left-winger.
How evidence is interpreted is wrenched into line with the ideology. And this is what we mean by “zombie science.”
Scientists are taking baby steps toward imitating what cells do all the time.