This is a subject on which materialists are largely silent, and with good reason.
I am struck by the similarities between Hawking’s call for space exploration and the wailing and gnashing of teeth about the Paris climate accords.
Popular articles on origin-of-life research often portray the field as constantly advancing and quickly converging on a purely materialistic explanation for the first cell.
Fine-tuning of the universe is so unpleasant a subject for materialists that it cannot really become a controversy.
McDowell is a Christian apologist, but his latest suggestions for summer reading aren’t all, or even mostly, apologetics.
Typing “Big Bang Theory” into a search bar links us immediately to a long-running (debut 2007), immensely popular CBS sitcom.
It’s the single dreamiest, most unsupported idea in all of science, making Darwinian evolution look like a really solid bet by comparison.
The prevalence of, for example, fake physics, shows that we are in the midst of a philosophical decline.
Is this a scientific paper, or a very clever pre-screenplay treatment for a science fiction film, disguised as a scientific paper?
The seems to be something very unnatural about an advanced civilization arising from the dust of a barren planet.