Here is another challenge to Darwinian evolution, which banks on conserving immediately useful features.
British geneticist J. B. S. Haldane said, we are told, that he would risk his life for two brothers or eight cousins.
Just another paper showing that Darwinism doesn’t explain everything.
A Darwinian paradigm assumes that biological systems are cobbled together haphazardly by natural selection over eons of unguided descent with modification.
It’s difficult to imagine much stronger words from a more prestigious collection of experts.
Three scientists challenge the claim that undirected natural selection is capable of building a human being.
On the question of origins, World finds it notable that BioLogos seems to exclude intelligent design from the available alternatives.
The most popular naturalist account today is that a non-human past accounts for our minds, attitudes, values, beliefs, and behavior.
In recent years, biologists have tried to explain human moral, intellectual, and religious capacities in terms of Darwinian evolution.
Naturalism (the view that it’s material nature all the way down) hasn’t fared much better with human language than with consciousness.