The Warfare Thesis holds that religion, and Christianity in particular, often conflicts with and opposes scientific advances.
A while back I was sitting across from a candidate who had been studying hard for his oral certifying exam in anesthesiology.
We are watching the most brutal and awful things transpire with barely a peep of protest.
New 3D computer climate modeling casts doubt on the hubbub of one month ago.
This brings the question of supposed “Junk DNA” home — home, literally, to your family’s dinner table.
Meanwhile fake science news assures us that evolutionary thinking is established as firmly as the Pillars of Hercules.
Wesley Smith describes how Republicans in Congress are getting in on the act policing health.
Discovery Institute philosopher of biology Paul Nelson is a great explainer.
“Natural selection won’t work to make the first cell.”
These “jumping genes” are segments of junk DNA that insert themselves at random in our genomes. That is the evolutionary interpretation.