Tag: Abraham Lincoln
Charles Darwin, Abraham Lincoln, and Intelligent Design
Given Lincoln’s acknowledgment of the evidence of design in nature, he would be banned from expressing his views on evolution in most public schools today.
Joana Xavier, Skepticism About Design, and a Fable About a Gray Parrot with an iPad
Xavier, of University College London, is a young origin-of-life researcher who has steadily pursued questions of central importance.
Aeschliman: The Charles Darwin/John Brown Connection
The year 1859, when Darwin changed the course of science and when John Brown rebelled and died, was a profound historical turning point.
The Casual Racism of Charles Darwin
It is certainly startling to see the N-word cropping up in Darwin’s letters, but this is not the only place.
Intelligent Design and the Restoration of Story
Celebrating the growing evidence of intelligent design can help rescue the arts from the nihilism and ugliness they have descended into in many quarters.