Considering several recent papers shows that eliminating evolutionary words and concepts simplifies and improves scientific explanations.
The two also discuss discontinuities in the fossil record as well as Berlinski’s insistence that “any theory of natural selection must plainly meet what I have called a rule against deferred success.”
When someone tells you to believe something simply because it’s “the scientific consensus,” reserve judgment. Consensus, says Egnor, is “a political concept, not a scientific one.”
Why doesn’t Professor Behe go along with famed Evangelical Christian scientist Francis Collins, and others?
It sounds like an excellent challenge. Behe has three answers, starting from the observation that scientists are only humans, after all.