A participant did not like that I called his origins model “idiosyncratic,” or that I characterized the reaction to it as “cautious.” Oh well.
I asked fairly innocuous questions, realizing that I was being allowed to participate as long as I didn’t cause strife.
Following Darwin, with an assist from Stephen Jay Gould and Richard Lewontin, Ken Miller proposes that human reason, consciousness, etc. are exaptations, or “spandrels.”
Is it really plausible to say that humans and chimps share an evolutionarily recent common ancestor, some 6 million years ago?
Lamoureux is the theistic evolutionist who left an indelible impression a couple of years ago when he debated Stephen Meyer and atheist Lawrence Krauss.