In biology class, associate professor Jamie Jensen seeks to inculcate her students with Epicureanism.
In 1991, Richard Dawkins gave a lecture arguing that natural selection can produce complex and seemingly improbable features by an accumulation of small, incremental steps.
Imagine you wanted someone who hasn’t the faintest idea what a book is to make a book from scratch.
I think it’s the first time I’ve heard a discussion of the second of law thermodynamics on cable TV.
Why are evolutionists always wrong? And why are they always so sure of themselves?