“We are not some casual and meaningless product of evolution,” he said. “Each of us is the result of a thought of God.”
Stephen Meyer’s case for intelligent design in Darwin’s Doubt keeps getting vindicated by new fossils.
“What happens when an up-and-coming European bioscientist flips from Darwin disciple to Darwin defector?”
“There is some kind of primordial connection that we have to eclipses that is very hard to account for.”
What’s the single book that you would most like your friends to read? According to U.K. pro-ID blogger Exiled from Groggs, it is Benjamin Wiker and Jonathan Witt’s book A Meaningful World: How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature. According to the reviewer, formerly at Cambridge, “Of all the books on the great debate that I have read – and there are a fair few on both sides! – this is probably the one I have enjoyed the most, and the one which ought ideally to have the most potential to influence.” He goes on to explain why: Wiker and Witt’s thesis is that the universe is rich in “meaning” – the dominance of the materialist worldview Read More ›